Christians in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, are holding a protest vigil near Tahrir Square following an attack on two churches in which 12 people died.

More than 180 were wounded in clashes on Saturday after conservative Muslims attacked a church in the Imbaba area.

Protesters have gathered outside the country’s state television, accusing the army of failing to protect them.

Egypt’s army says more than 190 people detained after the violence will face military trials.

The ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces called the move a “deterrent” against further violence.

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