This is a report on the second attack: “Second attack takes place in Cairo,” from Xinhuanet, :
CAIRO — Egyptian Health Minister MohamedAwad Tag Eddin said Saturday that an exchange of fire between two women near Islamic Old Cairo left one of them dead and the other wounded, the official MENA news agency reported.
During a press conference at Kasr El-Aini hospital, the minister denied news reports that another explosion had hit the Cairo district.
The incident occurred in Cairo’s El Sayyeda Aisha area, very close to the famed historic site of Citadel, shortly after a powerful explosion hit downtown Cairo.
Earlier reports said that two women were shot dead by police after they opened fire on a tourist bus.
It came less than two hours after a powerful explosion hit downtown Cairo, killing one person and wounding at least seven including four foreigners.
An Interior Ministry statement identified the man killed in the blast as Ehab Yousri Yassin, who set off the explosives he was carrying and jumped from the Sixth of October bridge over Abdel Moneim Riyadh square while pursued by police…
The man was wanted by police as a suspect in an April 7 bomb attack targeting foreigners near a tourist bazaar in old Cairo which killed four people including three foreigners, the statement added.