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Shops reopen after blast in Cairo

2009-02-25 03:10:08 GMT2009-02-25 11:10:08 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Tourists from Spain drink coffee at the Khan Al-Khalili bazaar in Cairo, capital of Egypt, Feb. 23, 2009. Shops and restaurants around the Hussein mosque square and in the Khan Al-Khalili bazaar reopened for business on Monday, although two bombs blew up Sunday evening in this populous district, which had killed a French tourist and injured 24. (Xinhua/Zhang Ning)

Tourists are seen between the al-Hussein mosque and the Khan al-Khalili bazaar in Cairo, capital of Egypt, Feb. 23, 2009. Shops and restaurants around the Hussein mosque square and in the Khan Al-Khalili bazaar reopened for business on Monday, although two bombs blew up Sunday evening in this populous district, which had killed a French tourist and injured 24. (Xinhua/Zhang Ning)

Tourists drink coffee and smoke water pipe in the narrow alleyways of Khan Al-Khalili bazaar in Cairo, capital of Egypt, Feb. 23, 2009. Shops and restaurants around the Hussein mosque square and in the Khan Al-Khalili bazaar reopened for business on Monday, although two bombs blew up Sunday evening in this populous district, which had killed a French tourist and injured 24. (Xinhua/Zhang Ning)

Two workers clear the ruined floor at the blast scene located between the al-Hussein mosque and the Khan Al-Khalili bazaar in Cairo, capital of Egypt, Feb. 23, 2009. Shops and restaurants around the Hussein mosque square and in the Khan al-Khalili bazaar reopened for business on Monday, although two bombs blew up Sunday evening in this populous district, which had killed a French tourist and injured 24. (Xinhua/Zhang Ning)

A waiter of Layaly El-Housin Cafe waits for customers near Khan Al-Khalili bazaar in Cairo, capital of Egypt, Feb. 23, 2009. Shops and restaurants around the Hussein mosque square and in the Khan Al-Khalili bazaar reopened for business on Monday, although two bombs blew up Sunday evening in this populous district, which had killed a French tourist and injured 24. (Xinhua/Zhang Ning)

Shops and restaurants around the Hussein mosque square and in the Khan Al-Khalili bazaar reopened for business on Monday, although two bombs blew up Sunday evening in this populous district, which had killed a French tourist and injured 24.

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