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Deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and other defendants standing trial with him must be retried with solid evidence, the Muslim Brotherhood said in a statement issued on Saturday by the campaign of its presidential candidate.
"The public prosecutor did not carry out its full duty in gathering adequate evidence to convict the accused for killing protesters," said Yasser Ali, official spokesman for the Mohamed Mursi campaign.
An Egyptian judge convicted Mubarak earlier in the day of complicity in the killings of protesters during the uprising that ended his 30-year rule and sentenced him to life in prison.
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives votes Thursday on a key plank of Trump's legislative agenda -- his plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, his predecessor's crowning domestic policy achievement.
The proposed budget limits new spending to Can$5.7 billion (US$4.3 billion) over six years -- about 10 times less than the Liberals' inaugural budget last year.
Tillerson, ex-CEO of ExxonMobil, says he was persuaded by his wife to enter Trump administration as America's top diplomat
Martin Kobler makes assertion amid continued reports of grievous rights violations across troubled nation
Police officer stabbed to death, attacker shot dead by police with a woman dead after dozens plowed down by car on nearby bridge
McCain said he met recently with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and the two spoke about the Kurdish issue.
Interior Minister Marco Minniti praised the police team that tracked Santo Vottari down to a building which had no fewer than four concealed bunkers in it.
Found guilty last year of bribery, the verdict and sentence are the first of their kind in the history of the ICC.
On Tuesday, Washington and London announced a ban on laptops and computer tablets in cabins on flights from Turkey, as well as several countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
Russian opposition newspaper Novaya Gazeta on Monday published more details on the laundering case.
By mid-April more than 800 British troops and nearly 300 French troops will be stationed in Estonia. A Danish contingent will replace the French later this year.
Omar Barghouti, who has headed the campaign for boycotts, divestments and sanctions against Israel was arrested by Israeli authorities yesterday
New German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier welcomes Ankara’s recent steps to calm tensions, urges end to Nazi comparisons
At least three people have been injured and others trapped after a train travelling to Switzerland derailed
Visit is first trip to Sudan by Tunisian PM since toppling of Ben Ali regime in 2011
Army’s 9th Armored Division wrests two more villages of western Mosul from Daesh terrorist group