Egypt's Morsi to stand trial on charges of 'inciting killing and thuggery'

September 1, 2013 22:20

CAIRO - Egypt's public prosecutor referred deposed President Mohamed Morsi to trial on Sunday on charges of committing and inciting violence, the state news agency reported.

The prosecutor, Hesham Barakat, referred Morsi and 14 other Muslim Brotherhood members to a Cairo criminal court on charges "of committing acts of violence, and inciting the killing and thuggery", the state news agency reported.

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