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Mexico slams Egypt air strike after tourists killed - India.com

18.9.15

Mexico slams Egypt air strike after tourists killed | Latest News & Gossip on Popular Trends at India.com: Egypt vowed to form an investigative committee that will be headed by Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab. Six Mexican survivors told the Mexican ambassador that they had stopped for a meal when they “suffered an aerial attack with bombs launched by a plane and helicopters,” Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu told a news conference.

A ministry source later told AFP that the Mexican government had chartered a plane for the families of the victims to head to Egypt on Monday, and that Ruiz Massieu would be joining them personally “to coordinate support efforts.” The group had arrived in Cairo on September 11 and left two days later on their way to the Bahariya oasis, Ruiz Massieu said.


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