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Egypt should free three Al Jazeera journalists who were jailed on Monday for seven years and stop the "obscene" practice of holding mass trials of government opponents that end in death penalties, U.N. human rights chief Navi Pillay said.The Al Jazeera verdicts and the death sentences confirmed on Saturday for 183 Muslim Brotherhood members and supporters are the latest in a string of prosecutions "rife with procedural irregularities and in breach of international human rights law", Pillay said.
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