Egyptian police deploy outside of Cairo University, a day after a series of three bombs went off, killing a police general and wounding seven people, in Giza, Egypt, Thursday, April 3, 2014. (AP Photo/Ahmed Abdel Fattah, El Shorouk)
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A bloody feud in Egypt's southern Aswan province between an Arab clan and a Nubian family has killed at least 23 people in two days of fighting, leaving bodies strewn on hospital floors and homes torched in its wake, government officials and witnesses said Saturday.Nubian students accused members of the Arab clan of trying to destabilize the province by working for the former governments of ousted President Hosni Mubarak and overthrown Islamist President Mohammad Morsi, said Abdel-Sabbour Hassan, a Nubian activist.Adel Abu Bakr, a Nubian resident of Aswan, said members of the Arab Beni Hilal tribe first beat a Nubian and then shot dead three Nubians Friday, including a woman.Ambulances failed to reach the neighborhood were the two clans live, leaving bodies strewn throughout the neighborhood.
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