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Egyptian helicopters carried out a number of airstrikes in North Sinai. Security sources claimed to have arrested one of the Ansar Jerusalem members responsible for the Jan. 25 downing of a helicopter with a SAM. Security officials also said five Islamist militants were killed and 36 others arrested in operations in North Sinai. Five Egyptians deported from Madagascar were detained on charges of belonging to al Qaeda.




Militants turning to violence in Egypt; groups use Facebook to threaten police




New photos of the Nasr City terror cell were published by the Egyptian media. Officials claimed that senior members of Ansar Jerusalem were killed in North Sinai airstrikes. Security sources said three people tied to the Taba tourist bus bombing have been arrested. Gunmen carried out three separate shooting attacks in the Sharkiya area in the past 24 hours.




New photos of Nasr City cell members published




Coach blast knocks back Egypt's tourism recovery




Egyptian officials believe Ansar Jerusalem members killed in Sinai airstrikes




A return to the 1990s for Egypt?




The army carried out extensive bombing campaigns in North Sinai reportedly targeting Ansar Jerusalem fighters. A military source admitted that Egyptian authorities do not know the identity of most Ansar Jerusalem members. A court hearing for those suspected of killing more than 20 Egyptian policemen in August 2013 took place.




An IED attack in North Sinai wounded at least four security personnel. Security personnel were also targeted by unidentified gunmen in a shooting attack in Rafah. The trial for the Nasr City Cell was postponed until Feb. 25. Authorities charged two Israelis and two Egyptians with espionage. A Cairo court postponed making a decision on whether Hamas is a terrorist organization. An army source claimed that Sinai jihadists are currently "breathing their last breath."




Egypt border police on alert after tour bus bombing




Ansar Jerusalem claims tourist bus bombing in Egypt's Sinai

"This comes within our assault in the economic war on this traitorous agent regime," Ansar Jerusalem said in its latest statement. The attack in Taba is at least the fourth since September 2013 in which Ansar Jerusalem has used a suicide bomber.


Suspected Egyptian militants raise stakes in insurgency




Sinai blast puts hold on Korean Christian pilgrimage




Ansar Jerusalem claimed responsibility for the bombing of a tourist bus in Taba yesterday. The army spokesman said security forces have destroyed 1,275 smuggling tunnels in the Rafah area in recent months. He also said security forces had killed three Islamist militants in North Sinai.




At least three people were killed when an explosion struck a tourist bus in the town of Taba in the Sinai. The cause of the attack, which has thus far gone unclaimed, has yet to be determined. Following the attack, cars traveling from South Sinai to North Sinai were searched by security forces.




Who let the jihadis out?




Tourist bus targeted in latest Sinai attack, at least 3 killed

The exact cause of the explosion has yet to be determined, and the attack has thus far gone unclaimed. After the attack, authorities closed the Taba border crossing between Israel and Egypt.


Feature: Gaza smugglers rebuild smuggling tunnels after destruction by Egypt




Security forces in North Sinai defused two explosive devices and destroyed 10 smuggling tunnels. The army announced the arrest of 19 Muslim Brotherhood members in Ismailia. Security sources said Islamist militants in North Sinai are funded through human trafficking. Gunmen in a car shot at security forces at an intelligence building in Ismailia.




The army spokesman said one of those responsible for the downing of a military helicopter in late January was arrested. At least two people were killed in clashes between security forces and Muslim Brotherhood supporters. An improvised explosive device exploded along a road in North Sinai; no injuries were reported. Security sources denied reports of a thwarted pipeline bombing in the Sinai.