A group linked to Daesh claimed responsibility for suicide attack in Sinai

The British site "BBC"  said that the group "State of Sinai," the Egyptian branch of Daesh, claimed responsibility to the suicide attack that took place in the commercial market in the city of Sheikh Zwaid in northern Sinai, which resulted in the deaths and injuries.

Witnesses and a security source said that a person wearing an explosive belt targeted the police forces stationed to secure the market, which is held on Tuesday every week.

The sources added that there were dead and wounded were not counted yet, while the security forces intensified their presence at the entrances and exits of the market.



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