An Egyptian riot police officer is seen outside El Sadat metro station at Tahrir square in the center of Cairo, Egypt May 13, 2018. (REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh)
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An Egyptian court acquitted on Sunday two police officers who were previously convicted and sentenced to five years over the killing of a detained lawyer.Hamdi was detained on charges of belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood, which won a series of free elections after Egypt's 2011 uprising but is now outlawed as a terrorist group.On Sunday, Egypt's chief prosecutor referred 278 terror suspects to a military court on charges of joining two breakaway Brotherhood factions that have targeted police and army officers across the country for years.
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