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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt's Coptic Christians celebrate Palm Sunday in Cairo


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An Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Christian priest throws holy water during a Palm Sunday mass in the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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An Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Christian priest throws holy water during a Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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Coptic Orthodox Christians attend a Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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Coptic Orthodox women attend a Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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An Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Christian priest throws holy water during a Palm Sunday mass in the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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A Coptic Orthodox Christian attends a Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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An Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Christian priest throws holy water during a Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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A woman holds a cross during a Coptic Orthodox Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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A woman holds a cross during a Coptic Orthodox Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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An Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Christian priest throws holy water during a Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in the Mokattam Mountain area of Cairo, Egypt April 1, 2018. REUTERS
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Egypt's Coptic Orthodox Christians attend a Palm Sunday mass at the Samaan el-Kharaz Monastery in Cairo

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