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The high turnout among Copts in the second phase of the referendum puts doubt on the announced results that came as 17 percent who said “yes” to the Constitution in the second phase (most likely because Copts would have voted for “no”).
The village of Saft al-Laban, in al-Minya Governorate, witnessed last Wednesday sectarian fights, after an argument between a Christian and a Muslim led to the death of one of them and the torching of eight Christian houses. The security forces intervened to avoid further violence and al-Minya...
Inhabitants of Diljā repeated their complaints about the security situation in the village and the continuing displacement of Coptic citizens by Muslim Brotherhood supporters.  Father Ayūb Yūsif from Mar Girgis Church in the village said that the number of Coptic families who have been displaced...
For the third day in a row, Coptic children in the village of Daljā in the governorate of Minya were prevented from attending their schools in Dayr Muwās, due to the threat of kidnapping or death from members of the Muslim Brotherhood. One child has been kidnapped and his family asked for a ransom...
Alleged members of the Muslim Brotherhood executed a number of attacks against citizens yesterday in an attempt to prevent them from casting their votes. 
In Badrmān security sources have stopped youth from nearby villages (Daljā, al-Arūs, Banī-Sālim and Nazlit Mahmūd) from entering the village to attack the Copts. Mahmūd Imrān, from the family of the Muslim girl, stated that Coptic sites have falsely published that Muslims have thrown a young girl...
The inhabitants of the city Dayr Mawwās and the village of Diljā stood up against the supporters of the deposed former president, Morsi, blocking them from storming into and attacking the churches of Virgin Mary and Saint Abram (Ibrā’ām), during Saturday night (July 27) demonstrations. Amjad ‘Izzat...
The Minyā Governorate continued the activities of "Together against Violence and Terrorism" in Dayr Mawās [Deir Mawas], in order to raise the awareness of young people about the dangers of terrorism. Increased public awareness of terrorism being necessary to protect the homeland and ensure its...
The Assiūt Military Court set verdict sessions, today, Saturday, on 16 accused of rioting in the Upper-Egyptian districts of Deir Mawās and Mallāwī, in Assiūt.
On Sunday, the Military Court in Assiūt postponed the trial of 143 defendants from the Muslim Brotherhood for the burning of the courthouse in Beni Mazar and Deir Mawās in Minya, until the 27th of November in order to complete the defense case.

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