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Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood chief wanted for inciting violence

July 11, 2013

Egypt has issued a warrant for the arrest of the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme leader Mohammed Badie in connection with deadly violence in Cairo, stoking Islamist anger over the army’s ouster of president Mohamed Mursi.

Mr Badie and other senior Brotherhood leaders are wanted on suspicion of inciting Monday’s violence outside the Republican Guard headquarters where Dr Mursi supporters were demanding his reinstatement, judicial sources said….

More than 50 people died in Monday’s violence, most of them Mursi supporters.



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