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Attack on Egypt Copts
In Egypt, ministers and movie stars turn out for trouble-free Christmas mass
Amidst high-security and in an unprecedented show of solidarity, Muslims and Copts gathered at churches across Egypt Thursday night to observe the Coptic Christian Christmas eve mass  
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Egypt activists released, case postponed pending further investigations
Egypt's facebook users rally behind Copts
How afraid are Egypt's Copts?
Egypt Muslims to act as "human shields" at Coptic Christmas Eve mass
Two Saints Church celebrates christmas in black
Amid overwhelming sadness and tight security, the Two Saints Church in Alexandria has marked the Coptic Christmas

Egypt's Muslims attend Coptic Christmas mass, serving as "human shields"
Muslims turned up in droves for the Coptic Christmas mass Thursday night, offering their bodies, and lives, as “shields” to Egypt’s threatened Christian community

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How afraid are Egypt's Copts?
The Alexandria church bombing might have served as a wake-up call, but will anything change?

Egypt's facebook users rally behind Copts
Egyptian Facebook users, both Muslim and Christian, joined in using the popular social network to express solidarity and anger at New Year Eve's attack on Two Saints Church in Alexandria

General Prosecutor orders reconstruction of church bombing
General Prosecutor asked forensic scientists and experts to base reconstruction of the Alexandria bombing on reports and analysis

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