Military spokesperson: Eleven alleged extremists killed in Sinai

Military Spokesperson Mohamed Samir declared the killing of 11 alleged extremists in the Sinai Peninsula on Sunday after a heavy exchange of fire with military troops.
Egyptian troops were fired upon by mortar missiles, anti-craft machine guns and bombs, though no casualties were reported.
In a statement on Facebook on Monday, Samir said 12 vehicles without licence plates allegedly used by terrorists were seized and destroyed.
“Forty-seven safe havens for terrorists, including 25 shelters and eight underground stores, were destroyed,” he added.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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