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PHOTO GALLERY: Aftermath of deadly attack on buses of Coptic pilgrims in Minya


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This image released by the Minya governorate media office shows a policeman and a priest next to a bus after stormed the bus in Minya, Egypt, Friday, May 26, 2017 AP
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A security guard gestures near the site of an attack that killed at least 26 people in Minya, Egypt May 26, 2017 Reuters
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Security guards stand near the site of an attack that killed at least 26 people in Minya, Egypt May 26, 2017 Reuters
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Egyptians wait outside a hospital to retreive some of the bodies of the victims of an attack, in which 28 Coptic pilgirms were gunned down following a visit to a monastery, in Idwah district of the Minya province, some 260 kms south of the capital Cairo, on May 26, 2017 AFP
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An ambulance transporting wounded Egyptians arrives at a hospital in Cairo's northern suburb of Shubra on May 26, 2017 AFP
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Egyptian gather outside a hospital in Cairo's northern suburb of Shubra on May 26, 2017 AFP
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Egyptian medics unload a wounded woman from the back on an ambulance outside a hospital in Cairo's northern suburb of Shubra on May 26, 2017 AFP
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Egyptian gather outside a hospital in Cairo's northern suburb of Shubra on May 26, 2017 AFP
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Egyptians wait outside a hospital to retreive some of the bodies of the victims of an attack, in which 28 Coptic pilgirms were gunned down following a visit to a monastery, in Idwah district of the Minya province, some 260 kms south of the capital Cairo, on May 26, 2017 AFP
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A general view following a gunmen attack against a group of Coptic Christians travelling to a monastery in southern Egypt, in Minya, May 26, 2017 Reuters
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Monks look at the view following a gunmen attack against a group of Coptic Christians travelling to a monastery in southern Egypt, in Minya, May 26, 2017 Reuters
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