Morsi family: Will take legal action against Egypt army for 'abduction'

CAIRO - The family of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said on Monday it would take legal action against the army, accusing it of abducting the country's first democratically-elected president.
Morsi has been held at an undisclosed military facility since the army removed him from office on July 3 and suspended the constitution in the wake of huge street protests against his one-year rule.
The army says Islamist Morsi is being held for his own safety.
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