The Egyptian Armed Forces declared Wednesday that a medically-equipped Lockheed C-130 Hercules jet had transported dozens of the injured in the fuel truck blast, that occurred on Monday in Libya's Bent Beih City.
Abu Dhabi police announced that the fire had been contained, and that the victims are two Indians and a Pakistani, as reported by Sky News Arabia.
French and Russian troops are helping with the lifting of the ruins to find the victims' remains.
The firm pointed out that it ordered the shipment seven years ago from Georgia and that it was never delivered as it was confiscated in Beirut port.
Alawi also announced earlier today that the Egyptian government decided to send medical aid to Lebanon every 48 hours until next Wednesday, August 12th.
The death toll following a huge and deadly explosion in Lebanon’s capital of Beirut rose to 135.
Egyptian Ambassador to Beirut Yasser Elwy communicated on Wednesday with a number of Lebanese officials to follow up on the aftermath of the deadly explosion that ripped through the Beirut port on Tuesday.
An emergency meeting held by the Lebanese cabinet Tuesday following the massive blast that rocked the Lebanese capital of Beirut revealed that 2750 tons of Ammonium nitrate caused the tragic explosion.
The death toll of the blast that rocked the Lebanese capital Beirut earlier on Tuesday has jumped to 73 killed and more than 3700 wounded, reported the Lebanese Ministry of Health.
The large blast that rocked Tuesday the Port area of the Lebanese capital Beirut has killed the Secretary-General of the Lebanese Phalanges Party Nizar Nigaryan and other 27 citizens, according to the Lebanese Health Ministry.
Al Azhar, Egypt's top religious authority, condemned on Friday a terror attack that targeted a mosque during Friday prayers in Kabul killing and wounding a number of worshipers.
At least 50 people were wounded after an explosion occurred in the Bagram district of northern Parwan province close to Bagram airbase on Wednesday morning.
At least three people were killed and another 30 wounded, a hospital director said.
A total of 22 people were killed and 47 were injured in the blast
The Interior Ministry said one of the cars involved in the accident was carrying explosives.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi expressed his condolences to the Egyptians, and especially the families of the victims of the explosion of Cairo-University affiliated National Cancer Institute that killed 20 people
Egypt’s Ministry of Interior revealed that one of the cars involved in the tragic car accident that took place Sunday night by The National Cancer Institute, killing 20 people, was carrying explosives.
The blast occurred as a result of a wrong-way crash, according to the Interior Ministry's report.
Egypt condemned on Saturday the terror blast that rocked a government building in the Somali capital Mogadishu.
Makram announced Monday that there were no Egyptians among the victimsof the terrorist attacks that targeted three hotels and churches in Sri Lanka.