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An image of Jesus Christ hangs on the wall in the house of Egyptian Copt Fawzi Bakhit who was killed in the New Year's Day church bombing in Alexandria as priests pay condolences to his family in Egypt's Mediterranean port city on January 3, 2011, three days after the bombing in which 21 people were killed. The attack targeted Egypt's Christian communicty, the biggest in the Middle East. By Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty.

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