10 June 2014

Egypt: 'El-Itihadia Incidents' Case Adjourned Till Tomorrow to Hear the Witnesses

press release

Cairo: — Cairo Criminal Court, which is held in then Police Academy, today, June 10, deferred the trial of former president Mohamed Morsi along with some of Muslim Brotherhood leaders over the case of "El-Itihadia Clashes" that transpired on 5 December 2013, till tomorrow to hear the witnesses No. 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 & 50. In addition, the court ordered the trial to be in camera as well as the ban of publishing it.


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