Egyptian court orders retrial of Muslim Brotherhood leader


CAIRO (Reuters) – An Egyptian court has ordered a retrial of the Muslim Brotherhood’s leader Mohamed Badie and other senior figures from the banned group starting on Oct. 7, judicial sources and state news agency MENA said on Sunday. The retrial relates to a case in which Badie and 13 others were handed life sentences in 2015 over violence between Brotherhood supporters and opponents near the group’s headquarters in the days before and after Mohamed Mursi was deposed as president

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