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1st August 2012
At least 16 people have been wounded after Muslims attacked a church and Christian homes in a village near the Egyptian capital, Cairo, officials say.
The unrest in Dahshur, about 40km (25 miles) south of Cairo, started after a Muslim man died of wounds sustained in an earlier clash on Friday.
Violence frequently flares between Egypt's Muslim majority and its Coptic Christian minority.
It is the first instance since Mohammed Mursi took over as president in June.
Last October, a suicide attack on a church in Alexandria killed 24 people.
Police in Dahshur early on Wednesday fired teargas to stop a Muslim mob from setting fire to a church, but the rioters instead torched several Christian properties and three police cars, officials said.
Ten policemen were among the 16 injured, according to the authorities.
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