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PHOTO GALLERY: Nine killed in terrorist attack on a Coptic church south of Cairo


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People are seen outside the Mar Mina Church after a blast, in Helwan district on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt after a blast December 29, 2017 Reuters
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Egyptian security members and forensic police inspect the site of a gun attack outside a church south of the capital Cairo, on December 29, 2017 (Photo: AFP)
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People gather at the site of attack on a church in the Helwan district south of Cairo, Egypt December 29, 2017 Reuters
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People are seen outside the Mar Mina Church after a blast, in Helwan district on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt December 29, 2017 Reuters
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Security forces stand guard at the site of attack on a church in the Helwan district south of Cairo, Egypt December 29, 2017 Reuters
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People stand behind police tape cordon at the site of attack on a church in the Helwan district south of Cairo, Egypt December 29, 2017 Reuters
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A priest reacts at the site of attack on a church in the Helwan district south of Cairo, Egypt December 29, 2017 Reuters
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Security forces stand guard at the site of attack on a church in the Helwan district south of Cairo, Egypt December 29, 2017 Reuters
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An Egyptian woman stands next to a cordoned off bullet-riddled wall at the site of a gun attack at a church south of the capital Cairo, on December 29, 2017 AFP
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People gather at the site of attack on a church in the Helwan district south of Cairo, Egypt December 29, 2017 Reuters
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Bullets holes are seen on the police booth outside Mar Mina church, in Helwan, Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Dec. 29, 2017 AP
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The terrorist attack on the Coptic Church of Mar Mina in Helwan in south Cairo, which was foiled by police, has left nine dead and five injured

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