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Children receive news of mother’s death live on Egypt TV show

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Two Egyptian children received the news of their mother’s death during a live program, after she was put in a coma.

During an interview on Egypt’s “Manchette” (Headline) program on ONTV, Mabrouk Abdul Nabi Abdul Azim, announced the sad news to his two children live on air.

He had allegedly received the news before the start of the program, but did not share it with them.

The young children burst out crying as soon as they heard of their mother’s passing.

Gaber al-Qarmouti, the host of the program, tried to console the family with a few comforting words, but had no choice but to take a commercial break.