The families and friends of the 11 Japanese involved in Monday’s terrorist attack in Luxor, Egypt, were stunned Tuesday that their loved ones’ honeymoons had ended in bloodshed.

At least 67 people, including 10 Japanese, were reportedly killed, and at least 23 others were injured in the attack by six gunmen. The 10 Japanese who died — nine tourists and one tour guide — were with more than 200 other tourists and Egyptians when the attack took place. The Egyptian government has blamed Islamic militants for the massacre.

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