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An Egyptian man stands next to a bloodstained piece of cloth used to cover the victims of the New Year's Eve car bomb explosion outside the Coptic Al-Qiddisine church in Alexandra, Egypt. Twenty-one people were killed in the attack against Egypt's Christian community, the largest in the Middle East. Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Alexandria's Minorities Aim To Reassert Themselves

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In Egypt, Signs Of Political Settlement

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Egyptian Protesters Gather For 11th Day Of Protests

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Students at Delhi University prepare for a demonstration in support of Binayak Sen, who faces life in prison. Courtesy of Diana Derby hide caption

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