At least seven people died after a suicide bomber has blown himself up near the ancient Temple of Karnak in the Egyptian city of Luxor, police say.
The assailants reportedly tried to storm a barricade at Karnak Temple, one of Egypt’s most popular tourist sites.
Two of the attackers are believed to have been shot dead by police, but a third passed through barricade and detonated an explosive device.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but jihadist militants have killed hundreds of security forces and government personnel since the military overthrew President Mohamed Morsi in 2013.
Last week, two members of Egypt’s tourism and antiquities police force were shot dead on a road near the pyramids at Giza.