Two security sources said an explosion targeting a tourist bus killed at least 12 people near a new museum near the Giza pyramids in Egypt on Sunday.
Most of the wounded were foreign tourists. A source of security said they also included citizens of South Africa.
There was no death notice. A witness, Mohamed el-Mandouh, told Reuters that he had “a very loud explosion” while sitting in close proximity to the blast site.
The pictures published on social media showed some windows exploded or a fragmented bus and traces of a road next to a low wall with a hole in it.
In December, three Vietnamese tourists and an Egyptian guide were killed, and at least 10 people were injured when a roadside bomb hit the coach bus less than 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) from the Gaza pyramids.