A view shows a damaged police station burnt in a blaze by supporters of former president Mohamed Mursi in Kerdasa, a town 14 km (9 miles) from Cairo in this September 19, 2013 file photograph. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Files
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Global rights groups Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International slammed Egypt Wednesday over the mass death sentencing of 188 Islamists days after murder charges were dropped against ex-president Hosni Mubarak.A Cairo court Tuesday sentenced 188 supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi to death over the killing of 13 policemen in a village on the outskirts of Cairo on Aug. 14, 2013 .Amnesty International also lashed out at Tuesday's mass sentencings.A Cairo court on Saturday dismissed murder and corruption charges against Mubarak and seven aides in a case involving the deaths of some of the roughly 800 demonstrators killed during the 2011 revolt that ended the veteran leader's three-decades old rule.
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