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Egyptian prosecutors submitted Tuesday new evidence including audio tapes against defendants in a trial of Al-Jazeera journalists accused of links with the banned Muslim Brotherhood, although lawyers disputed their quality.At the trial's last hearing, prosecutors had aired video footage and showed random photographs that were not linked to the case in which the authorities accuse 20 defendants of Brotherhood links.At Tuesday's session, prosecutors presented audio recordings against three defendants who allegedly provided videos of pro-Morsi protests to the network's Egyptian channel, Al-Jazeera Mubashir Misr.Two other Al-Jazeera English journalists Sue Turton and Dominic Kane are also among the defendants but they are being tried in absentia.On Tuesday prosecutors submitted a CD said to contain evidence against him.
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