2 tourists killed in knife attack in Egypt's Hurghada

Gunmen kill five Egyptian police south of Cairo

Gunmen kill five Egyptian policemen near Cairo

Two holidaymakers were killed and four others wounded in a stabbing at Hurghada on the Red Sea. The four wounded tourists-whose nationalities have not been provided-were taken to a local hospital.

According to The Telegraph, Egypt's Interior Ministry revealed that the suspected attacker was arrested and is being questioned by police to determine why he orchestrated the attack.

Two tourists, reported to be women, were killed in the incident, the BBC quotes Egyptian medical officials as saying.

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An Egyptian security official quoted by The Associated Press said the victims included two tourists from Ukraine, three from Serbia and one from Poland.

The motive for his attack was not known. An initial investigation showed he had sneaked into a hotel by swimming from a nearby beach and attacked the tourists.

Hurghada is one of Egypt's most popular beach resorts, especially with Ukrainians and European tourists.

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The Reuters news agency said two Ukrainian nationals were dead.

Friday's attack came on a day that five policemen were killed by gunmen on a motorbike who ambushed their vehicle just south of Cairo.

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack but the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) has an affiliate in the country's Sinai Peninsula region.

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