Two violent attacks in Cairo have terrorized foreigners in the Egyptian capital and raised fears of an assault on the tourism industry, Egypt's biggest source of foreign currency.
One man and two women, all of them now dead, carried out Saturday's attacks -- a suicide bombing outside Egypt's most famous museum and a gun attack on a bus carrying tourists.
Authorities say the man who blew himself up was the brother of one of the women, and the second woman was his fiancee. No one aboard the bus was hurt. The nail bomb that went off outside the Egyptian Museum wounded four tourists from Israel, Italy and Sweden and three Egyptians.
Egypt's Interior Ministry linked Saturday's incidents to a militant group that killed three tourists on April 7.
That bombing at a Cairo bazaar, as well as an October attack that killed 34 people at Red Sea resorts close to Israel, have not yet significantly affected Egypt's tourism industry, which earned over 6 billion dollars last year.