Egyptian media reported that clashes erupted between police forces and gunmen in Fayoum province, southwest of Cairo.
The same sources talked about the deaths of those called by terrorists in the clashes.
This comes after the bombing that took place last Sunday in front of the Institute of Oncology in downtown Cairo, which resulted in deaths and injuries.
The Interior Ministry statement after the incident said that a quantity of explosives in a car was intended to carry out a terrorist operation led to the explosion, which occurred in front of the Institute of Oncology and killed about 20 people.
The ministry was quick to accuse the rebel movement, which the authorities say belonged to the Muslim Brotherhood, of being behind the car's preparation for a terrorist attack and said the car had been stolen months ago.
The new version was contrary to what was revealed by the Interior after the incident when it announced that the explosion was caused by a speeding car was traveling in the opposite direction.