Wounded come home as Mexico demands Egypt compensation

One of the six Mexican tourists wounded in a military attack in Egypt is taken to hospital on a stretcher by rescuers at the presidential hangar at Mexico City's airport on September 18, 2015On stretchers and in wheelchairs, six Mexican tourists hurt in a mistaken Egyptian air strike that killed eight others returned home Friday, as Mexico pressed for compensation for the victims. President Enrique Pena Nieto visited the five women and one man at a public hospital in Mexico city hours after they returned on the presidential plane with the country’s foreign minister. Pena Nieto told reporters that he assured the patients that his government would “accompany them in this legal process” to obtain compensation for the attack.

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