Egypt's Coptic Christian leaders harshly criticized the government today for the bloodiest street violence since the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak. Twenty-four people died and Copts claim some of their bodies were mangled by tanks, bullets and beating wounds. David Kirkpatrick is Cairo Bureau Chief for the New York Times.
Deadly Riots in Cairo
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