Cairo metro briefly grounded after bombs found: security

A soldier stands next to an armoured personnel carrier (APC) near the Egypt stock exchange near Tahrir Square in Cairo, September 17, 2013.

CAIRO - Egyptian authorities on Thursday briefly grounded several metro lines in the capital after two unexploded bombs were found on the tracks in a south Cairo station, security officials said.

Bomb experts dispatched to the scene combed the tracks for more devices before the services resumed, one official and state media said.

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