1. Lord have mercy. UPDATE: Death toll rises to 28 after gunmen attack bus carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt https://t.co/U69w8IkTt6 pic.twitter.com/Z3CGPdWbjZ — Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) May 26, 2017 God protect the Coptic Christians. 2. Show More Summary
Air raids target camps near Derna where armed men responsible for deadly Minya attack are alleged to have trained.
Friday, following the Islamist murder of 28 Coptic Christians on a bus in Egypt, the Egyptian government launched air strikes... The post BREAKING: Egypt Launches Air Strikes on Libyan Militants Following Islamic Attack Against Egyptian Christians appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
French officials have opened an investigation into the possibility that a deadly Egypt Air crash in May 2016 could have been caused by a fire resulting from two Apple products overheating. The report comes from French paper Le Parisen...Show More Summary
The attack follows Pope Francis' recent visit to Egypt in part to show his support for the Christians minority.
By Andrea Germanos / Common Dreams His speech in London comes as the U.K.‘s general election campaigning resumes after the deadly bombing in Manchester earlier this week and the same day as a bus attack in Egypt killed more than two dozen people.
26 Egyptian Christians were killed by unidentified gunmen in central Egypt on Friday, Egyptian state media reports. The Christians, who belong to the Coptic Church, were attacked while traveling to the Monastery of St. Samuel the Confessor. Show More Summary
An attack Friday on Egypt’s Coptic Christians in which masked militants opened fire on a bus south of Cairo, killing at least 28 people and wounding 22, sent shockwaves through the Copt community, increasingly targeted by the Islamic State group and affiliated militants.
RELIGIOUS CLEANSING: On Eve of Ramadan, Islamic Gunmen Kill 28 Coptic Christians on Pilgrimage in Egypt.
New York, May 26, 2017--Egyptian authorities should immediately stop blocking access to news websites, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. The Egyptian government on May 24 ordered internet service providers to block access to 21 news websites, alleging that they supported terrorism or reported "false news," the government's...
Drinking is illegal in Egypt for the holy month but Egyptians will not go thirsty.
Islamists opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in Minya, Egypt. At least 26 Christians were slaughtered in the... The post Islamists Murder 26 Coptic Christians on a Bus in Egypt (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pund...
On eve of Ramadan, attack stuns Egypt’s Copts. Terrorists ambushed a Coptic church bus trip on Friday near Minya in Upper Egypt, killing at least 26 and injuring 25, including many children. Egypt’s interior ministry reported that three 4x4 vehicles of 8 to 10 gunmen dressed in military uniforms opened fire on the vehicle, which was on its way to St. Show More Summary
More than two dozen people are dead after gunmen fired on buses filled with Coptic Christians south of Cairo, Egypt. Continue reading ? The post Dozens dead after attack on Coptic Christian buses in Egypt appeared first on PBS NewsH...
By Heba Farouk Militants in military-style uniforms opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in central Egypt on Friday, killing at least 28 people in the latest bloodshed targeting the country’s Christian minority, officials said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. But the Islamic State has claimed links to previous attacks against Egypt’s […]
The latest in a spate of attacks in Egypt against Christians.
The attacks on Egypt’s Coptic Christian minority continued Friday as gunmen opened fire on a convoy of vehicles carrying worshippers to a desert monastery, leaving 23 dead and another 25 injured, the New York Times reports. Here’s NYT: "A...Show More Summary
26 Dead In Terrorist Attack On Egyptian Coptic Christians In the wake of the Ariana Grandes Manchester Arena concert being bombed, we have disturbing news of more violence. CNN is reporting that 26 people are dead and 25 more are
(Bentham Science Publishers) In this article that appeared in Infectious Disorders - Drug Targets, Dr. AlaaAbouelfetouh, Associate Professor of Microbiology at the Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University, is gathering the published data describing methicillin resistance in S. aureus (MRSA) in Egypt.