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183 Brotherhood men to die in Egypt

An Egyptian court yesterday confirmed death sentences against the leader of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood and at least 182 of his supporters. The court's decision came two months after it referred the case against the Brotherhood's "general guide", Mohamed Badie, and hundreds of others to the state's highest religious authority, the grand mufti, the first step towards imposing a death sentence. They were charged over violence that erupted in the southern Egyptian town of Minya in July, in the aftermath of...

183 Brotherhood men awarded death penalty in Egypt

183 Brotherhood men awarded death penalty in Egypt

An Egyptian court has confirmed death sentences for 183 Muslim Brotherhood supporters accused of a 2013 attack on a police station, lawyers say. A judge had recommended the death penalty for the 683 defendants, in a widely-criticised mass trial in April. Mohammed Badie, leader of the banned group, was among those whose sentences were upheld....

Egypt's Sisi vows Brotherhood 'won't exist'

Egypt's Sisi vows Brotherhood 'won't exist'

Egyptian presidential favourite and former army chief Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has vowed that the banned Muslim Brotherhood group "will not exist," should he win. In his first interview with Egyptian TV, he added that two assassination plots against him had been uncovered. Sisi removed Egypt's first democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi from power last July. He is widely expected to win the presidential election on 26-27 May. Sisi had denied he had any political ambitions when he ousted President Morsi and launched a crackdown on the Brotherhood - which supported him - last year. In a joint interview with Egypt's privately owned CBC and ONTV television channels on Monday, he said: "I want to...

'High turnout' in Egypt referendum

'High turnout' in Egypt referendum

Egyptian officials have spoken of a high turnout in a referendum on a new constitution, with voters expected to endorse the removal of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi. Top election official Nabil Salib told state TV that voter turnout was higher than in previous polls but gave no precise figure, AP news agency said.

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