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'They were shooting anyone who seemed to be breathing,' survivor of Egypt mosque attack says

CAIRO - The assailants arrived in five all-terrain vehicles: between 25 and 30 gunmen clad in military-style camouflage pants and black T-shirts and carrying an Islamic State flag.

They positioned themselves at the main gate of a Sufi mosque and in its 12 windows. Then, as the imam was about to deliver his Friday sermon, they set off explosives and sprayed hundreds of worshipers inside with bullets.

At least 305 people were killed - among them 27 children - and 128 were injured in what authorities are describing as Egypt's worst attack by suspected Islamist extremists

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