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Topic: Egypt

The persecution of Christians in Morsi’s Egypt is now serious. So, will Obama use his billion dollar subsidy in their defence? Don’t hold your breath

Obama’s personal history may explain why

Coptic leaders say Egypt’s constitution ‘prepares the way for Islamic caliphate’

Three Coptic bishops strongly criticise document, saying it is shaped by Sharia law

Pope condemns massacre of Copts in Cairo

Benedict XVI urges Egypt to work towards ‘respect for the freedom and dignity of every citizen’

Church in Egypt blames army and police after violence leaves dozens dead

Peaceful Christian demonstrators attacked by thugs with rifles, sticks and swords, according to Catholic Church spokesman

Egypt’s Christians fear ‘uncaged’ Salafists

Months after the revolution John Pontifex meets frightened Coptic Christians worshipping in secret

Bishop in Egypt criticises police after violence leaves 12 dead

Mob in Cairo hurl firebombs at churches and shoot at Christians in an outbreak of violence lasting several hours

Egyptian cardinal works to relaunch dialogue with Muslims

Though it has been several months since the riots in Egypt that left more than 800 dead and 5,000 injured, the country remains in flux

Priests fear Egyptian youth will turn away from Church

Two priests say they fear that young Egyptian Catholics will turn away from the Church because it did not back the protests

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‘Every needy child is your child’

Ed West meets the woman known as ‘the Mother Teresa of Cairo’ for her work with the city’s ‘garbage people’