Clashes between two tribal families in south Egypt regenerated late Thursday, killing two people, Al-Ahram's Arabic news website reported.
A group of the Arab clan Bani Helal torched a house of the Nubian tribe Daboudiya, leading to the death of two people, Hisham Gamal, deputy head of the committee of reconciliation, told Al-Ahram.
Gamal said he holds Aswan's security head responsible for the return of the clashes. The reason behind the flare-up of violence was not immediately clear.
An eye witness said security forces had cordoned off the surrounding area.
Inter-tribal clashes between the same two families in April killed 26 people, stoked panic in the touristic city and left dozens of schools closed in the following days.
A truce was later negotiated.