Twin Explosion In Egypt Kills 37 & Injures 95, On What Is Termed "Bloody Palm Sunday"


According BBC News, two explosions at Coptic churches in Egypt on Palm Sunday left at least 37 people dead and injured dozens of others as a day of worship in the besieged Christian community turned to destruction, bloody and carnage.

The first blast ripped through St. George’s Church in northern Egypt in the Nile Delta city of Tanta, 50 miles north of Cairo, during a Mass about 9:30 a.m., according to an official from the Health Ministry. The deputy minister of health put the preliminary death toll at 25.

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Hours later, a suicide bomber set off another explosion outside the main Coptic church in Alexandria, St. Mark’s Cathedral, killing at least six — including three police officers — and injuring 21 others, the Health Ministry said.

According to local authorities, death toll are expected to rise.

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