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Christians in Egypt

By Rami Almeghari

Hundreds of Christians in Egypt have recently fled the north of Sinai, the peninsula that sits in the Red Sea, between the rest of Egypt and Israel. They’re scared of attacks by Islamist militants, which are on the increase. Rami Almeghari reports.

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