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Human Rights Watch Monday accused Egypt's justice minister of calling for the "mass killing" of members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood movement, which is already facing a brutal police crackdown.Sisi, who as army chief ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013, has overseen a police crackdown that has killed hundreds of supporters of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood.HRW says that on August 14, 2013 police killed at least 817 pro-Morsi demonstrators in central Cairo in what "likely amounted to crimes against humanity".
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