Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak has vowed to intensify his government's battle against terrorists, following the bomb attacks in Sharm el-Sheikh that killed nearly 90 people.
Mr. Mubarak visited the Red Sea resort Saturday, hours after three deadly explosions wrecked a luxury hotel and caused heavy damage at a shopping center. The Egyptian leader said the attack will stiffen the nation's resolve to pursue terrorism and "dig it out by the roots."
The international community has condemned Saturday's deadly attacks in Egypt and called for unity in the battle against terrorism.
The mayor of London has confirmed police had shoot-to-kill orders to deal with suicide bombers when police mistakenly gunned down a Brazilian man Friday.
A suicide bomber in a truck has struck a police station in the Iraqi capital, killing at least 13 people and wounding about 25 others.
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon says Israel will react very harshly if soldiers or settlers come under attack by Palestinian militants during next month's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
Authorities in northeastern Thailand are trying to locate eight men missing since late Friday when they were swept away by the Mekong River after a bridge construction accident.
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