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“During the establishment of a concrete wall on the borders with the Gaza strip, we discovered a new track for a tunnel located south of the Gaza strip” Adraee said.
Operations are continuing to hunt down terrorist elements, says spokesperson
Military raids continue as unrest in the peninsula escalates
Law intended to stabilise “sensitive regions, where people could have hostile intentions”, says analyst
Authority needs over EGP 80bn in funding for wider expansion of Egypt’s metro system, says Chairman Ismail El Nagdy
Unlicensed vehicles, drug laden cars, and “terrorist element headquarters” destroyed on Saturday, claims army
The two borders on the Israeli side were closed early Sunday in response to rocket fire from Gaza into the Eshkel region.
Action comes as part of ongoing crackdown on the illegal tunneling activity
The bold project was first imagined by a sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Abdoul Medjid, in 1860, but he lacked the technology and funds to take his idea further.
City residents said that the sound of tunnels being destroyed could be heard late into the night. Residents further reported that 235 tunnels had so far been destroyed.
General Adel Rafat, director of Security in Suez, said after searching the vehicle that its passengers were suspected of planning to carry out an ambush in the tunnel.
The killing of 16 Egyptian soldiers near the Rafah border raises questions