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>> Mourning, but also fury in Cairo on Monday, as prayers are held for 24 people killed in a bomb attack on a Coptic cathedral. Sunday's bombing, one of the deadliest to target Christians in recent memory. It went off on the women's side of the church, six children, many women among the dead.
Others suffered horrific injuries, so the death toll could rise.>>
> It was a suicide bomber, said president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on monday's state funeral, four people have already been arrested.That may not be enough to early anger demonstrators accusing the police of security failures. Calling on CC to sack the interior minister.
The church was packed and Czechs more laxed than usual, they say. CC's already under pressure, and fighting Islamic state's Egyptian branch in Northern Sinai. Coptic Christians comprise about 10% of Egyptians, and suffer regular sectarian attacks. Their Pope Tawadros trying to heal religious friction, calling this a disaster for the whole nation.