(MENAFN- Qatar News Agency) Cairo May 03 - A car bomb killed one person near a metro station in downtown Cairo in the late hours of Friday the fourth explosion to rock the turmoil-hit Egypt on a day.
The number of casualties was not immediately clear after a car blast in Cairo's Ramsis street near a subway station an Interior Ministry spokesman told state-run news agency (MENA).
"A car with no plates exploded killing its owner. Explosive experts are combing the area to make sure there aren't any explosive devices" the spokesman added.
Earlier on Friday at least four were killed after triple explosions struck the restive Sinai Peninsula and Cairo.
Two suicide attacks in South Sinai targeted a checkpoint and a tour bus leaving at least one conscript dead and nine others injured.
In Cairo apolice officer was killed and four other security personnel - an officer and three conscripts - were injured following the explosion of a bomb in Heliopolis district at a traffic checkpoint.
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