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Al-Ahram Weekly
No more church closuresin various parts of Egypt. While the list of churches that have been closed dow
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
in various parts of Egypt. While the list of churches that have been closed down permanently is unavailable, most are in Minya, followed by Beni Sweif, Assiut and the governorates of Giza and Cairo,” said Archbishop Mikhail Anton, vice president... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Improving the nation’s healthPort Said, Suez, Ismailia, North Sinai, South Sinai and Alexandria. The second
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
Port Said, Suez, Ismailia, North Sinai, South Sinai and Alexandria. The second phase includes Fayoum, Beni Sweif, Assiut, Minya, Sohag, Qena, Luxor, Aswan, the New Valley and the Red Sea. The final phase will include the heavily populated... Read more
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Herald Sun
Dozens killed in Egypt shootingassault happened while the bus was traveling on the road to Saint Samuel the Co
Herald Sun / Posted 19 days ago
assault happened while the bus was traveling on the road to Saint Samuel the Confessor Monastery in Maghagha, in the Minya governorate, about 220 kilometres south of Cairo, security officials said. The officials cited witnesses as saying... Read more
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New York Daily News
A look at recent attacks on Egypt's Coptic Christians22 others. The assault occurs as the bus is traveling to the remote monastery
New York Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
22 others. The assault occurs as the bus is traveling to the remote monastery of St. Samuel the Confessor in Maghagha, in Minya governorate. No group immediately claims responsibility for the attack, the fourth to target Christians since December... Read more
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Gulf News
Deadly attack targets Cairo churchclaimed by Daesh.A month later, gunmen opened fire at a bus carrying Coptic wor
Gulf News / Posted 19 days ago
claimed by Daesh.A month later, gunmen opened fire at a bus carrying Coptic worshippers on way to a monastery in the southern province of Al Minya, killing 28 people.Christians account for about 10 per cent of Egypt’s population of nearly 95 mill... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Egyptian security forces clash with attackers outside Coptic church in Cairoaround churches and other sites. In May, gunmen ambushed a bus carrying a grou
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 19 days ago
around churches and other sites. In May, gunmen ambushed a bus carrying a group of Coptic Christians to a monastery in the Minya region, about 150 miles south of Cairo, killing at least 30 people. In April, twin bombings targeted churches in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Inside hellhole Egypt prison where Brit woman's family fears she'll die in jail2016 report about brutal prison guard Islam Abdel-Badie who was transferred to
Daily Mirror / Posted 22 days ago
2016 report about brutal prison guard Islam Abdel-Badie who was transferred to Qena after torturing a prisoner to death at Minya Prison in north easter Egypt. He carried out the horrific assaults in front of other guards and police officers at the... Read more
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International Business Times
Muslim mob lays siege to Christian church in Egypt 29 people were killed when the Islamic State (Isis) terror group attacked a bus
International Business Times / Posted 25 days ago
29 people were killed when the Islamic State (Isis) terror group attacked a bus heading to the Saint Samuel monastery, near Minya. In February 2015, Isis circulated images of its militants executing 21 Coptic Christians who had been kidnapped from... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
A year of many discoverieswell as the remains of a burial that would once have been inside the pyramid.
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 27 days ago
well as the remains of a burial that would once have been inside the pyramid. At the Tuna Al-Gabal archaeological site in Minya, a mission from Cairo University stumbled upon a cachette of non-royal mummies of men, women and children buried in... Read more

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