Two people were killed and 10 more were injured in an attack on a tour bus near the pyramids, the Egyptian Interior Ministry said Friday.
Three Vietnamese holiday-makers and an Egyptian tour guide killed in a roadside bomb blast near Giza pyramids outside Cairo, officials say..
Photos surfaced on social media allegedly showing the attack site with the crumpled wreckage of the bus.
The injured were taken to the nearby Al Haram hospital, where Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly told local TV that the guide had died from his injuries.
Security forces are investigating, the ministry said. Another 10 of the 14 tourists from Vietnam were hurt in the explosion while two escaped without physical injuries.
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Egypt has battled armed groups in the Sinai Peninsula for years and that conflict has occasionally spilled over to the mainland, with armed groups targeting minority Christians or tourists.
The last deadly attack on foreign tourists in Egypt was in July 2017, when two Germans were stabbed to death in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada.
According to statement issued by Egypt's interior ministry, the explosion came due to primitive explosive device.
Egypt's neighbours in the region condemned the attack and the British Ambassador to Cairo, Geoffrey Adams, said the United Kingdom stood "with Egypt in the fight against terrorism".