The Egyptian army has ousted democratically-elected President Mohammed Morsi and announced fresh elections.
Two years after a coup ousted Egypt's first freely elected president, a court is set to deliver a verdict against Mohammed Morsi on charges of inciting the killing of protesters. Kristen McTighe reports from Cairo.
A criminal court in Cairo has sentenced 22 people to death, convicting them of storming a police station near the capital on the day of the military overthrow of former President Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Former President Mohammed Morsi has been sentenced to 20 years in prison by an Egyptian court. He was accused of inciting violent protests that led to the deaths of three people in December 2012.
Former Islamist President Mohammed Morsi has been sentenced by a court to 20 years in prison. Egypt's judiciary has once again handed down a politically motivated judgment, writes DW's Rainer Sollich.