Relatives of people killed in attack on bus convoy say state of emergency in country has been undermined

Egypt’s Coptic Christians have accused the government of failing to protect them in the wake of an attack on a bus convoy that killed at least 29 people and injured about 20 more.

Relatives of some of those killed said the attack, which occurred after a group of gunmen stopped a convoy headed for the Saint Samuel monastery close to the southern Egyptian town of Minya, undermines the state of emergency in Egypt declared after a previous attack in April.

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