Explosion sets off fire outside Egypt's Cairo airport, air movement unaffected
Friday, 13 July 2018 () CAIRO (Reuters) - An explosion ripped through fuel tanks near Egypt's Cairo airport on Thursday evening, igniting a fire in the area, but the country's civil aviation minister said air movement was unaffected. The cause of the explosion was not immediately known. Egyptian state television reported that firefighters had brought the fire under control.
An Egyptian military spokesman said on Thursday that an earlier explosion near fuel tanks outside Cairo airport took place at a chemicals factory and had been... Reuters - WorldAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •Seattle Times