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Police hauls in 17 suspects believed to be involved in deadly church blast
Police hauls in 17 suspects believed to be involved in deadly church blast
According to Al-Jazeera sources Egyptian security personnel and police have rounded up 17 people they suspect are affiliated with the barbaric killings after a bomb, believed to be detonated by a foreign-backed suicide bomber, which left 21 dead and nearly 100 injured.
Sunday, January 2,2011 08:13
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According to Al-Jazeera sources, Egyptian security personnel and police have rounded up 17 people they suspect are affiliated with the barbaric killings after a bomb, believed to be detonated by a foreign-backed suicide bomber,left 21 dead and nearly 100 injured.

The Interior Ministry maintains that the attack was probably planned by what he described as “foreign elements.”

The blast was denounced worldwide and the Muslim Brotherhood stresses that Islam is innocent of such killings and calls for national unity in the face of terrorism.


 

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