It is the second bombing in six months in Egypt.
Rabat – An explosion targetting a tourist bus near the Grand Egyptian Museum in the city of Giza, neighboring Cairo, injured at least 17 people on Sunday.
According to undisclosed security sources, Reuters reported that most of the wounded are foreign tourists, including South Africans.
Sources added that a device went off close to the museum fence as the bus was passing.
The victims are suffering from minor to serious injuries, however no deaths have been reported.
It is the second bombing in six months in Egypt. In December 2018, three Vietnamese tourists and an Egyptian guide were killed and at least 10 others injured in a similar incident.