Court jails Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader for life: sources

Muslim Brotherhood's leader Mohamed Badie shouts slogans against the Interior Ministry behind bars during the trial of 738 brotherhood members for their armed sit-in at Rabaa square, at a court on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt May 31, 2016. -/File Photo

CAIRO (Reuters) – The head of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and other leaders of the banned group were sentenced to life in prison on Sunday, judicial sources said, on charges of incitement to murder and violence during protests five years ago. The sentence is the latest among several trials and re-trials against Mohamed Badie and other […]

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