Militant Group Launches Attack In Egyptian Mosque, Killing At Least 184 People

According to state media, militants launched an attack in Egypt’s northern Sinai Peninsula on Friday — leading to the deaths of at least 184 people in one of the deadliest civilian ambushes during the rebellion against Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sissi’s government, The Associated Press reported. The attack by a suicide bomber and gunmen occurred during prayers at a mosque located in the town of Bir al-Abd, according to Egypt’s ambulance authority and authorities cited by Egypt’s state television. Three police officers — speaking on the condition of anonymity— told the AP the assailants began opening fire from four off-road vehicles. They added victims are being transported to local…