Posts Tagged ‘Journalists’

Coptic Christians slaughtered in Egypt as the world looks away

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TWELVE Christian were murdered in Egypt. Two hundred and thirty-two people wounded. The death toll will surely rise as victims succumb to their injuries. And that’s just in the past few days. In the same time period, more Christians were killed in Egypt at the hands of Muslims than people killed in Syria or in […]

Christians Under Attack

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Attack on St. Bishoy Monastery in Wadi El-Natroun 130 km North West of Cairo. Attack took place on 22/02/2011 by the army with tanks . They fired live ammunition and injured a number of workers.

Muslims Abduct Coptic Christian Woman in Egypt

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(AINA) — Muslims broke into the home of a Coptic family this afternoon and abducted their 18-year-old daughter Nesma Sarwat.

At least 365 civilians killed in Egypt’s protests: official

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CAIRO, Feb. 16 (Xinhua) — Egyptian Health Minister Ahmad Sameh Hosni Fareed said Wednesday that at least 365 people were killed and 5,500 others were wounded in the protests that forced President Hosni Mubarak to resign, according to the state TV.

Kevin Rudd Meets With HG Bishop Suriel

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Australia’s foreign minister, the Hon. Kevin Rudd today met with HG Bishop Anba Suriel

Hosni Mubarak’s estimated $70 billion fortune makes him richer than Carlos Slim and Bill Gates

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Bill Gates … the Microsoft founder could well have $17 billion less than Hosni Mubarak.

Final hours of leader’s humiliating downfall

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Egyptian soldiers surround a few protesters remaining in Cairo’s Tahrir Square after the military took control of the country when Hosni Mubarak quit at the weekend.

Opposition Leader Tony Abbott makes an official statement

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Opposition Leader Tony Abbott makes an official statement regarding the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

Australian Egyptians Celebrate

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Australia Celebrates The jubilation in the streets of Egypt was mirrored in celebration in Australia

Sydney shows solidarity with Egypt

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Joy … Australian Egytian Perihan Salam celebrates Hosni Mubarak’s departure at Town Hall.   Photo: Jacky Ghossein

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