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Copts feel more persecuted since Egypt coup

Christians in Egypt say they are being associated with supporting the army following the removal of Mohamed Morsi.

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Three people have been arrested over one of dozens of attacks on churches in Egypt.

Coptic Christians say they feel increasingly persecuted since the military deposed president Mohamed Morsi in July.

They say they are being associated with supporting the army.

Al Jazeera's Monica Villamizar reports from Cairo.

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