A witness said he heard three explosions and saw smoke in the tourist bazaar area of the Egyptian Sinai resort town of Dahab on Monday, part of a five-day spring holiday in Egypt.
"There is smoke coming from that area and there are people running everywhere," said the witness, who did not want to be named.
At least 100 already dead and wounded in Egypt resort explosions, doctor says
It probably was the same group behind the last two resort attacks.
Terror attacks that killed nearly 100 people at several Sinai tourist resorts in the past two years were carried out by a militant group calling itself "Tawhid and Jihad". "Tawhid and Jihad" - Arabic for "Monotheism and Holy War" - was the name used by the group led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the most notorious militant leader in Iraq.