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Ahlam Fawzy Saber (center), an Egyptian Coptic Christian who lost two of her sisters and a niece in an apparent suicide bombing during midnight Mass, is helped back into the Saints Church in Alexandria, Egypt, after collapsing from emotion following morning Mass on Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011. Grieving Christians, many clad in black, were back praying Sunday in the blood-spattered church, where 21 worshippers were killed in the blast. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) ** FILE **
Photo by: Ben Curtis
Ahlam Fawzy Saber (center), an Egyptian Coptic Christian who lost two of her sisters and a niece in an apparent suicide bombing during midnight Mass, is helped back into the Saints Church in Alexandria, Egypt, after collapsing from emotion following morning Mass on Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011. Grieving Christians, many clad in black, were back praying Sunday in the blood-spattered church, where 21 worshippers were killed in the blast. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) ** FILE **

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