Egypt security forces thwart church bombing – state television
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Egyptian security forces thwarted a suicide bomb attack on a church just outside of Cairo, state television said on Saturday.
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The German embassy in Cairo accused Egyptian security officials of monitoring and filming events at the German pavilion in the climate conference venue. Berlin has used its presence to highlight human rights issues. The German embassy in Cairo accused Egyptian security officials of monitoring and filming events at the German pavilion in the climate conference venue. Berlin has used its presence to highlight human rights issues.
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