Six people dead and at least 15 injured after bomb explodes during police raid in tourist area in Cairo

 Crime scene: The bomb exploded as officers raided an apartment where militants were preparing explosives
A bomb attack has killed six people including three police officers and injured at least 15 others near a road leading to the Egyptian pyramids in Cairo.
The bomb exploded as a team of officers raided an apartment where militants were preparing explosives in the suburb of Giza, police said.
'Six people have been killed in the blast, including three policemen,' an officer said. 'The others include a civilian and two unidentified men.'
The deputy governor of Giza, Alaa Harass, said two of the wounded in the explosion in the Al-Haram district are in a critical condition.

The Interior Ministry issued a statement saying the bomb had been planted by Muslim Brotherhood militants and went off when security forces tried to raid the building.

Aftermath: Pictures show the aftermath of the bomb blast in the suburb of Giza, in Cairo, Egypt, on Thursday

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