Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammad Badie gesturing as he shouts from inside the defendants cage during his trial in the capital Cairo June 7, 2014. (AFP PHOTO/Khaled Desouki)
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An Egyptian court sentenced Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohamed Badie and 13 others to death Thursday over violence that killed 10 people in Cairo last summer.A crackdown on Morsi supporters has left more than 1,400 people dead in street clashes and at least 15,000 jailed.In April, a court in the central city of Minya sentenced Badie, who is being tried in some 40 cases, and around 700 alleged Morsi supporters to death over the murder and attempted murder of policemen. The same court in March handed down the same sentence for 529 alleged Morsi supporters on similar charges.
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