The Egyptian army has ousted democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi and announced fresh elections.
A court in Egypt has sentenced Muslim Brotherhood leader, Mohammed Badie, and 36 other members to life in prison. Death sentences have been confirmed for ten others.
They have been branded terrorists by the government and their top leaders have been thrown in jail. Hundreds face mass executions, thousands have been killed at protests or languish in Egyptian prison cells.
A last-minute fuel-price increase has prompted many Egyptians to rush to the pumps to fill up. The price hike, which came into force Saturday, resulted in long lines of cars forming prior to the deadline.
An Egyptian court has confirmed death sentences against the leader of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood and almost 200 of his supporters. The majority of the 683 people originally sentenced to death were acquitted.
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