Egypt's deposed Islamist President Mohammad Morsi sits inside the defendant’s cage during his trial at the police academy in Cairo August 18, 2014. (AFP Photo/Stringer)
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Egypt's state prosecutor is investigating allegations that ousted Islamist President Mohammad Morsi leaked secret documents to Qatar via the Doha-based Al-Jazeera broadcaster, according to judicial officials.Morsi and other individuals are accused of passing state security files to Qatar, a close ally of his Muslim Brotherhood group, through Al-Jazeera "in a way that harms national security," the officials said.In March, Egypt's Interior Minister Mohammad Ibrahim accused a presidential secretary, Amin al-Serafi, of leaking documents from the safes of the presidential palace and sending copies through Brotherhood members to an Arab country that supports the group, a veiled reference to Qatar.The ouster of the Islamist leader strained relations between Egypt and Qatar, as Cairo accuses the rich Gulf nation and its Al-Jazeera network of supporting Morsi and his group.
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