Egypt Coptic church fire kills at least 41 including 10 children in Cairo neighbourhood | ABC News

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Hundreds gather at two churches in Cairo to pay their respects to the victims of a deadly fire, with up to 15 children being killed in the blaze at the Abu Sefein church.

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