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Egyptian Military Launches Airstrikes In Retaliation For Gruesome Mosque Attack

The government says 305 people were killed Friday, in the deadliest attack in the country's modern history. A Muslim movement that ISIS views as heresy seems to have been the target.

The Egyptian military launched airstrikes on militant hideouts overnight Friday, in response to the horrific mosque attack earlier that day, the deadliest in the country's modern history.

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi had promised to respond with "brute force" in retaliation for that officials say killed 305

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