The remains of the Christians Egyptian killed in Libya  are delivered to Cairo
The remains of the Egyptian Coptic Christians, executed by the militants of isis  in Libya, will be delivered to Cairo on Monday. The representative of the Libyan criminal investigation, Ali Mahmud.

"Libya's Foreign Ministry in Tripoli, the office of the Prosecutor General and local leaders in Misrata will monitor the transportation of the remains of the victims of the massacre in Sirte," quoted Mahmud as saying.

In February 2015, members of the isis executed the previously seized Egyptian Christians who came to Libya to work. The terrorists decapitated 21 workers and posted video clips on the Internet. Immediately after this, tens of thousands of Egyptians left Libya.

Later, the Libyan security forces detained probable executors of the execution. During the interrogation, the burial places of the bodies of the dead were established. Human remains were found in the suburbs of Sirte and handed over to the forensic experts Misrata.

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