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Bloody Sunday


Cairo—A Coptic nun walks past bloodstains after a suicide bomber killed at least 25 people on December 10, including many women and children attending Sunday Mass at the cathedral that is the seat of Egypt’s Orthodox Christian Church. The bombing was the deadliest attack in recent years against Egypt’s Christian minority, who make up about 10 percent of the country’s 90 million people and are the Middle East’s largest Christian community. Angry crowds gathered near the cathedral to vent their rage against President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi and his government, whom they feel has failed to protect them. “As long as Egyptian blood is cheap, down, down with any president,” they chanted, according to Reuters.

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