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PHOTO GALLERY: After three years, Egypt's church prays on 20 beheaded Copts flown from Libya to Minya


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Coptic Egyptians pray during a funeral ceremony for the remains of the bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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Coptic Egyptians pray during a funeral ceremony for the remains of the bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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Coptic Egyptians pray during a funeral ceremony for the remains of the bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, at a church in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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Coptic Egyptians pray during a funeral ceremony for the remains of the bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, at a church in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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A Coptic Egyptian woman gestures near pictures depicting Egyptian Christians who were beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, during their funeral ceremony at a church in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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A Coptic Egyptian woman receives communion during a funeral ceremony for the remains of the bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, at a church in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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A general view shows the church where a funeral ceremony for the remains of the bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, is taking place in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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Relatives mourn over the portraits of 20 Egyptian Coptic Christian men who were beheaded by jihadists on the beach of Sirte in Libya on 2015, during their funereal ceremony in the Martyrs Church in the village of Al-Our in Egypt's southern province of Minya on May 15, 2018 AFP
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Relatives mourn over the portraits of 20 Egyptian Coptic Christian men who were beheaded by jihadists on the beach of Sirte in Libya on 2015, during their funereal ceremony in the Martyrs Church in the village of Al-Our in Egypt's southern province of Minya on May 15, 2018 AFP
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Priests attend a funeral ceremony for the remains of the bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, at a church in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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A girl looks at a cross as priests attend a funeral ceremony for the remains of the bodies of 20 Egyptian Christians beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, at a church in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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The son of one of the Egyptian Christians who were beheaded in Libya by Islamic State in 2015, touches his father's picture at a church in al-Our village south of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2018. REUTERS
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