Two Egyptian Bedouins were killed, and 10 others injured on Wednesday, after two Bedouin families quarreled over a financial dispute over land in Badr City, near the ring road of Cairo.
Badr Police Station reported that the families used firearms and blade weapons in the clash.
Assistant Minister for the Security Directorate Mohammed Mansour ordered police to cordon off the incident’s location, and prevent any further eruption between the two families.
Meanwhile, Al-Qahera al-Gadeda Public Prosecution ordered police to arrest participants in the fight, over charges of murder, and possession of firearms.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm.