File - Farag was killed in 2013 after militants opened fire on security forces near Giza.
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An Egyptian court upheld death sentences Wednesday against 12 Muslim Brotherhood supporters convicted of killing a police officer last year, judicial sources said.Sisi, who assumed the presidency in June, has said the Brotherhood would cease to exist in his presidency.The men were also convicted of belonging to the Brotherhood, which was designated a terrorist organization last year.The ruling follows the confirmation of death sentences against Mohammad Badie, the leader of the Brotherhood, and nearly 200 supporters in June.
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