Report: Egypt orders arrest of Brotherhood leader Badie

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July 10, 2013 14:09

 
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An Egyptian prosecutor has ordered the arrest of Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamad Badie on Wednesday, according to MENA state agency.

According to the report, Badie has been charged with inciting violent clashes outside the Republican Guard headquarters which left over 55 dead and hundreds injured.

A spokesman for the Islamist movement rejected the charges, saying that Baide has not been arrested.

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