Three bombing attacks in downtown Cairo Friday killed at least eight people and injured more than 60. The first was carried out by a suicide car bomber who tried to storm the Egyptian Security Directorate Headquarters. Guards who opened fire to keep him out detonated the bomb which killed four people and wrecked several floors of the building. Soon after, explosive devices struck the entrance to the central railway station, injuring eight people, followed by an attack on a police station, which left four dead.  This wave of terror was claimed by the Al Qaeda Sinai coalition, Ansar Beit Magdis.