Safe Return
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Safe Return
SAFE RETURN: A woman, center, is met by relatives on her arrival in Milan, Italy. She had been in Sharm el Sheik at the time of the bombings, which killed at least one Italian and injured 13 others. (Giuseppe Cacace / AFP / Getty Images)
Last look back
LAST LOOK BACK: Tourists leaving on a bus take in the damage to the Ghazala Gardens Hotel, where an explosives-filled car rammed into the reception hall and blew up. (Cris Bouroncle / AFP / Getty Images)
Surveying damage
SURVEYING DAMAGE: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak visits a bombing site in Sharm el Sheik, where he has a villa. (Nasser Nouri / AP)
What’s left
WHAT’S LEFT: Egyptian security officers stand in front of the heaviest-hit part of the Old Market in Sharm el Sheik. The Sinai Peninsula resort town has served as a showcase for Egypt’s Mideast peacekeeping efforts during innumerable international summits. (Carolyn Cole / LAT)
Bombing scene
BOMBING SCENE: A damaged car is seen at the site of one of several explosions that hit Sharm el Sheik. In October, terrorists hit Taba, another resort area on the Sinai Peninsula, killing 34. (AP)
Grim task
This Egyptian television image shows workers removing the body of a victim from an ambulance after explosions in Egypt’s popular Sharm el Sheik tourist resort on the Red Sea. (El Masriya and Nile TV)
A car damaged in the explosions Saturday at Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik. (AP)
Destruction at the site of one of the explosions Saturday at Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik. (AP)
An unidentified victim of Saturday’s explosions at Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik. (AP)