CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian court on Sunday sentenced two men to death and eight others to between three years and life in prison over an attack on a church and Christian-owned shop in Cairo that killed 10 people.
A gunman opened fire in December 2017 on Christians in a shop in the southern Cairo suburb of Helwan, killing two people, before firing on the entrance to the nearby Mar Mina church, where he killed seven Christian worshippers and a policeman.
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The emergency state security court sentenced the main suspect, who is in custody, and another suspect, who is on the run, to death.
Two defendants were handed life sentences, four were given four years in prison and two were handed three years in jail. One suspect was acquitted and two others...
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