National Cancer Institute
All the people close to the detected COVID-19 patients will undergo the tests.
The blast took place at mid-night in early August outside Egypt’s National Cancer Institute, killing 20 and injuring at least 47.
Egypt’s State Security Prosecution ordered early Monday to send the suspect in National Cancer Institute explosion to jail for 15 days pending investigation.
A blast took place in front of Cairo's Cancer Institute building earlier in August, killing 22 people and injuring 47 others.
An article published by Kuwaiti daily Al Seyassah on Wednesday stressed that terrorism only makes Egypt and its people stronger and more resilient.
The ministry denied news about directing donations originally allocated to renovate the bombed National Cancer Institute to other state projects.
In the phone call, recorded by terrorist, Husam Adel Ahmed, both of Fugitive “Mohamed Ayesh”, and Abdul Rahman’s brother “Ibrahim Khaled” were discussing about the current location of Abdul Rahman.
Egypt’s ministry of interior has identified the terrorist who was involved in the National Cancer Institute explosion, killing nearly 22 civilian last Sunday night.
Egypt’s ministry of interior has identified the terrorist who is involved in the National Cancer Institute explosion, which killed nearly 22 civilian, last Sunday night, according to security sources.
A total of 22 people were killed and 47 were injured in the blast
The institute currently works at half capacity as patients are served at clinics, as well as in chemotherapy and radiotherapy units.
Egypt's international and Liverpool's player, Mohamed Salah, donated on August 6, $3 million to fund the restoration works of the National Cancer Institute.
UNSC members reaffirmed that "terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security."
After the damage caused, a number of Egyptian public figures and entities announced donations for the restoration works.
The number of the National Cancer Institute explosion victims rose by two to become 22 instead of 20.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan donated on Monday LE 50 million to fund the restoration works of the National Cancer Institute.
An explosion occurred as a result of a wrong-way crash, according to the Interior Ministry's report.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi expressed his condolences to the Egyptians, and especially the families of the victims of the explosion of Cairo-University affiliated National Cancer Institute that killed 20 people
Egypt’s Ministry of Interior revealed that one of the cars involved in the tragic car accident that took place Sunday night by The National Cancer Institute, killing 20 people, was carrying explosives.
The Ministry of Health and Population announced that the number of victims in “The National Cancer Institute Explosion” became 20 instead of 19, including four bodies whose identity is still unknown.