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February 26, 2014

Funeral held in Egypt's main Coptic church for 7 Egyptians killed in Libya – Ahram Online

Ahram OnlineFuneral held in Egypt’s main Coptic church for 7 Egyptians killed in LibyaAhram OnlineThe funeral for the seven Egyptians who were found shot dead in Libya took place on Wednesday in the main Coptic Orthodox cathedral in Cairo’s Abbasiya district. The bodies of the seven men arrived in Cairo earlier on Wednesday. Egypt’s army chief …Military helicopter to transfer bodies of slain Egyptian Copts on arrival from …Daily News Egyptall 5 news articles »

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February 25, 2014

Egyptians, possibly Coptic Christians, shot to death near Benghazi –

swissinfo.chEgyptians, possibly Coptic Christians, shot to death near BenghaziUPI.comThe Egyptian Coptic Christian community has been under attack in recent years in Libya, the Herald said. Two people were killed In 2012 in an explosion near the Coptic Orthodox Church in Misurata. The main Coptic church in Benghazi was closed after it …Gunmen Go Door-to-Door to Find and Execute Christians in LibyaChristian PostSeven Egyptian Christians Were Killed on Monday Near the Libyan City of …CrossmapSeven Christians Found – …

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October 16, 2013

Attacks on churches leave Egypt's Coptic Christians feeling more persecuted, vulnerable

Locked inside a 6th century church in a desert monastery are some of the jewels of early Christianity — ancient murals in vivid pinks, greens and reds depicting saints, angels and the Virgin Mary with a baby Jesus, hidden for centuries under a blanket of black soot.

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June 3, 2013

Coptic Christians hold protest after coming under attack at monastery in southern Egypt

Egyptian security and church officials say hundreds of Coptic Christians visiting a southern monastery have protested after coming under attack by unidentified assailants who stole their money and personal belongings and beat them.

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November 20, 2012

Axios! His Holiness Pope Tawadros II

Glory to God! On Sunday, November 18, 2012, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, the 118th Successor of St. Mark the Apostle, was enthroned by the Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church in a ceremony led by the beloved Metropolitan Pakhomius, the Locum Tenens of the See of St. Mark. Pope Tawadros II Enthroned In attendance were many religious and governmental dignitaries, including His Holiness Mor Ignatius Zaka Iwas I, the Patriarch of Antioch; His – …

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