King of Jordan offers condolences to Egypt after terror attack
Egyptian women shout slogans during the funeral of one of the thirteen people killed in a car bomb attack earlier in the day, in the Egyptian city of Mansura, North of Cairo, on December 24, 2013. [AFP]
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday sent a cable of condolences to Egyptian President Adly Mansour over the death and the injury of innocent Egyptians in a blast that targeted a police compound in the city of Mansoura.
King Abdullah expressed his condemnation of such criminal acts, stressing Jordan’s support for Egypt to overcome the impact of the tragic incident and to fight all forms and acts of terrorism.
The explosion, which took place early Tuesday morning, killed at least 15 people and injured scores, according to news agencies.
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