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List of fatal attacks on visitors in Egypt since 1992
1992
October 21 -- British nurse dies when bus attacked near Dairut in southern Egypt.
1993
February 26 -- Bomb explodes at popular coffee shop on Cairo's downtown Tahrir Square, killing a Swede, a Turk and an Egyptian. Eighteen others are injured, including two Americans.
October 26 -- A lone gunman kills two Americans and a Frenchman and wounds three other international residents inside a luxury Cairo hotel and later tells police he was avenging the killing of Muslims in Bosnia. The attacker was sent to a mental institution.
1994
March 4 -- Machine-gun fire at a Nile cruise ship at Sidfa in southern Egypt wounds a German woman, who later dies.
August 26 -- 13-year-old Spanish boy is killed and three other people are wounded when suspected extremists fire at tourist bus near Nag Hamadi in southern Egypt.
September 27 -- A German tourist and two Egyptians are killed when suspected extremist opens fire in downtown square in Hurghada, a Red Sea resort city. Second German later dies of wounds.
October 23 -- A British man is killed and a British woman, two British men and their driver are wounded when suspected extremist opens fire on van near Naqada in southern Egypt.
1996
April 18 -- Gunmen open fire with automatic rifles at Europa Hotel near the pyramids in Cairo, killing 18 Greek tourists and wounding 16 others. An Egyptian is also wounded.
1997
September 18 -- Attackers throw firebombs and open fire on a tourist bus outside the Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo, killing 10 people, many of them German tourists. Police say three international residents and 15 Egyptians are wounded.
November 18 -- Gunmen burst into the courtyard of the Hatshepsut Temple in the desert outside Luxor and fire at tourists who had just disembarked from a bus. At least 63 people, many of them from other countries, are killed.
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