New York Times
Attack on Christians in Egypt Comes After a Pledge
New York Times
CAIRO — Police officers firing tear gas joined with a rock-throwing crowd fighting a group of Christian mourners Sunday in a battle that escalated into an attack on Egypt's main Coptic Christian Cathedral that lasted for hours.
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Jon Stewart takes Egypt
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Hurriyet Daily News
Egypt seeks increase to IMF loan
Egypt's minister for planning and international co-operation, Ashraf al-Araby, said officials now in talks with a visiting IMF team in Cairo were proposing to increase the loan from the $4.8bn agreed in previous negotiations in order to close the ...
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Egypt's Mursi says Cathedral attack is like "attack against me"
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi denounced clashes at Cairo's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral which killed one person on Sunday after a funeral for four Christians who died in sectarian violence on Friday, state news agency MENA said.
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