Copts link killings to politics

Some families of murdered Egyptian Copts say politicians are behind the shootings.


    Egyptian police have said the three suspects arrested over a mass shooting outside a Coptic Christian church on January 6 have denied involvement.

    It was the worst attack against Christians in Egypt in nearly a decade.

    Some of the victims' families have told Al Jazeera that politicians may have been behind the shooting.

    Amr El-Kahky reports from the town of Nagaa Hammady.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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