Egypt, Alexandria, car bomb explosion leaves 2 dead

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Eleven two times every weekend here on k kuwaiti public radio i'm janine herbst with these headlines marches and rallies calling for gun control took place across the world today in response to gun violence and the shooting apartment florida highschool that left seventeen people dead the biggest was held in washington dc where tens of thousands of people including high school activists held a rally calling on congress to act in egypt two days before the presidential election the interior ministry says a car bomb exploded in alexandria killing at least one police officer and wounding several others chinese state media say beijing's newly appointed economic chief has talked on the phone with treasury secretary steve mnuchin warning the china will defend itself against president trump's tariffs on chinese imports i'm jeanine herbst npr news.

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