Muslim Brotherhood says verdicts against Mursi "null", calls for popular uprising

CAIRO- Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood said court verdicts in which former Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and others were sentenced to death on Tuesday were "null and void".
The group also called for a "popular uprising" on Friday in a statement on its Facebook page.
"The Brotherhood calls on the honorable among this nation to participate in a popular uprising next Friday against the death sentences, detentions, kidnappings, and forced disappearances," the group said
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