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Egypt’s Armed forces foiled terrorist attack in Bir al-Abd city, North Sinai, Tuesday as 18 terrorists were killed. Two officers were fatally shot during exchanging fire, other four were injured.
The elements fired at the forces using machine guns when they tried to arrest them.
The sum was paid over five years.
Military engineers could detect and destroy five explosive devices that were planted to target the armed forces.
One of the elements were killed during the raid, Spokesman Tamer Al-Refae said, while the other six were killed in a hideout while attempting to escape.
Sisi also directed to implement the unified meter readings.
Also, four officers, three non-commissioned officers and eight soldiers were either killed or injured during the operations, the statement noted, without specifying the exact number of deaths.
On Thursday, a terrorist attack in the same area either “killed or injured” 10 army members, according to the military spokesman.
Security officials, executives, and scores of citizens then took part in public funerals held for Ahmed Ali Mohamed in Akhmim city and for Mohamed Hassanein Abdel Wahab in Idfa village.
“Such abortive attempts will not stop the brave Armed Forces’ men from defensing the resources of the nation,” the ministry said in a brief statement.
"The United States continues to stand with the Egyptian government and people in the fight against terrorism," Ambassador Jonathan Cohen said.
Two highly dangerous terrorists were killed while a general-purpose machine gun, a wireless device, and ammunition were confiscated.
The United Arab Emirates on Friday denounced a terrorist attack on North Sinai's Bi'r al-Abd city, which caused the death or the injury of eight army soldiers and two officers, according to the military spokesman.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has mourned the Armed Forces martyrs who were killed and injured in North Sinai terrorist attack on Thursday.
One Egyptian officer, a non-commissioned officer and eight other army soldiers were announced dead as a result of an explosive device blast which targeted an armored vehicle affiliated with the army.
North Sinai recorded its first infection with coronavirus Thursday, and isolated the case in Be’r el-Abd Hospital, according to a statement by the Health Directorate in North Sinai.
Late Colonel Ahmed Mansi martyred on July 7, 2017 in an attack on an ambush in Al Barth village located in North Sinai.
Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula now has large investments, which have been reflected by the developmental projects President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has recently inaugurated.
The Egyptian state is now keen on developing Sinai, unlike previous governments who cared for central areas in the country and ignored side parts, said Khaled Okasha, chairman of the ECSS.