epa02961049 Egyptian Coptic Christians hold crosses and shout slogans following the death of protesters killed during clashes the day before, in Cairo, Egypt, 10 October 2011. According to media sources, thousands of protesters gathered on 10 October in central Cairo outside the Coptic Hospital, where they were waiting to receive the bodies of relatives killed in clashes a day earlier between mostly Coptic Christians and government troops. Twenty-six people were killed in violence between troops and demonstrators in front of the state television building late 09 October, and nearly 300 people were wounded. EPA/MOHAMED OMAR
EGYPT COPTS PROTEST AFTERMATH
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