Transcript for A bomb targeting a tour bus near Egypt's famed pyramids exploded
pyramids in Egypt. One of the most popular tourist areas in the ancient world. The blast shattering the windshield injuring at least 17 it's the second attack there in six months. The last one killing three tourists. ABC's Julie Macfarlane reporting from London. Reporter: Tonight, a bomb targeting a tour bus near Egypt's famed pyramids, exploding in one of the most popular destinations in the world. Footage from the scene showing the windows on one side completely blown out, shattering the windscreen, and damaging a nearby car. This man witnessing the terrifying blast, saying all the foreigners in the front are injured, I was in the car right behind them. The attackers apparently targeting tourists. Officials say south Africans are among the injured. 16 hurt in total, 3 people treated in the hospital. This coming after a deadly terror bombing of a bus in December. Three Vietnamese tourists and their Egyptian guide killed in the same area. Egypt has been plagued by terror attacks, which has hurt their leading industries, tourism. In 2010 they had more than 14 million visitors. In 2017, just over 8 million. A major effort to bring tourists back to the pyramids of Giza? A $1 billion museum under construction, but that too has faced setbacks and delays. No group has claimed responsibility yet for this latest attack. Egyptian authorities vowing to crackdown on those responsible. Tom. Julia, thank you.
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