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    Morsi Trial to Resume as Egypt Protests Growi
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    January 08, 2014 1:32 AM
    The trial of former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi is scheduled to resume Wednesday. Morsi was overthrown in a military coup last July and is accused of inciting the killing of anti-government protesters in 2012 along with other alleged crimes. But supporters from his Muslim Brotherhood movement insist Morsi is still Egypt’s legitimate leader. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London.

    Morsi Trial to Resume as Egypt Protests Grow

    Published January 07, 2014

    The trial of former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi is scheduled to resume Wednesday. Morsi was overthrown in a military coup last July and is accused of inciting the killing of anti-government protesters in 2012 along with other alleged crimes. But supporters from his Muslim Brotherhood movement insist Morsi is still Egypt’s legitimate leader. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London.


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