According to the security forces, at least 14 people had lost their lives in two different terrorist attacks at Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.
As per the BBC, the first explosion took place outside the police station in El Arish, when a suicide bomber detonated the bomb, in which eight people were put to death and around 45 people were wounded including many civilians. As per the police officer, the truck was loaded with explosives and it blew up close to the police station. Before the truck was able to dash the police station, the security forces started firing at the vehicle.
The second attack took place on an army vehicle close to the northern town of Sheikh Zuweid in which six soldiers had lost their lives and two were badly injured.
The responsibility for these attacks had been claimed by the militants from the Sinai Province group, which is connected to the Islamic State.
The cloak of the police station was badly damaged and many building close to it had suffered minor destruction.
Many brutal attacks had been carried out by this terror group on the Peninsula in which hundreds of soldiers and security officers also civilians had lost their lives. The attacks of Sunday had rise the death toll in April to at least 41.