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An Egyptian court sentenced 37 people to death and 491 others to life in prison after a grossly unfair trial, in breach of international standards and Egyptian law.
Five supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi were arrested on 25 February. They are now being tried by a military court and have been tortured and ill-treated in custody.
Security forces used excessive force to disperse homeless families from the rubble of their former homes, from which they were forcibly evicted on 18 February.
Deposed president Mohamed Morsi and five of aides will stand trial on 16 February on charges of “spying”. If convicted, they may face the death penalty. At least two men do not have access to lawye...