2 dead following church bombing in Libya
Catholic World News - January 02, 2013
A bomb explosion at a Coptic church near Misrata, Libya’s third-largest city, killed two church workers and wounded two others on December 30. The church is attended primarily by Egyptian Christians who are working in Libya.
Following the attack, Egypt’s ambassador visited the church and called upon Libyan authorities to ensure greater security.
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