In despite of emergency state application, violences continue in Egypt. A non-commissioned police officer was shot dead by unidentified gunmen on Wednesday morning in the district of Faisal in Giza. According to later reports from a security source with Giza Security Directorate, the officer was targeted in a revenge killing due to a dispute between the victim’s family and another family. According to authorities, these kind of attacks are commons since the overthrow of the government of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, whom authorities blame for plotting the attacks. An other policy officier had been killed in similar conditions last February.