Nine terrorists killed in Egypt

Боевики ИГИЛ напали на египетский полицейский конвой 18 погибших

The ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack in a brief statement carried by its propaganda "Amaq" news agency.

The militants detonated an improvised explosive device and destroyed four armored vehicles and a signal-jamming vehicle.

Suspected militants Monday ambushed a police convoy in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, killing 18 policemen and wounding several others, including a police brigadier-general, according to security and military officials.

When the police forces approached to the apartment, terrorists opened fire on them, the official said.

Five police officers were injured in the shootout that took place in the neighbourhood of Agouza, Giza governorate, during a raid on two suspected terrorist hideouts, Sputnik reported.

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A security guard gestures near the site of an attack that killed at least 26 people in Minya, Egypt May 26, 2017. Reuters reported that about 18 policemen had died and three were injured, citing local security and medical sources.

A statement by the Interior Ministry, which oversees security forces, said the militants were hiding in two apartments in the densely populated Ard el-Liwa neighborhood, where they held organizational meetings and planned a "series of terror attacks" in central provinces, a reference to Cairo and its twin city of Giza.

The attack illustrates how hard it is for the government to crush a militant campaign that has withstood a four-year crackdown.

Egypt has been fighting against a wave of terror activities that killed hundreds of policemen and soldiers since the military toppled former Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013. The militants were said to be the suspected members of a splinter faction of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group.

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