Egypt: 10 Defendants Sentenced to Death, Badie's Adjudication With Other 34 Postponed to July 5

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An Egyptian woman mourns dead protesters (file photo).

Cairo: — Supreme State Security Criminal Court, headed by Judge Hassan Farid and held at Trustees Police Institute in Tura, sentenced 10 defendants- fugitives from justice- including Mohamed Abdel-Maksood, Abdel-Rahman Al-Ber, MB's Mufti, along with 8 others to death. The court also decided to set the hearing of July 5 for adjudication against Mohamed Badie, the General Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group, together with other 37, over 'Qalyub highway' case.

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