A man suspected of having carried out an attack at a Red Sea resort in Egypt has been arrested.
Two German tourists were killed at the Hurghada resort, and four others were injured in the stabbing incident.
The alleged attacker has been identified as 28-year-old Abdel Rahman Shamseldin from the city of Kafr El Sheikh.
The motive and any links with a terror group are not yet known.
He was carrying a knife. Analysts say it's a reflection of the security overhaul recently undertaken by the government.
"The tourism flow will be temporarily affected at the beginning, but Egypt will be taking some steps to explain to the foreign community, the details of the attack and being a one-off incident in a very safe and well-secured area of the country,” said Hesham Shawky, the member of Tourism Writers Association.