Egyptian Town Reeling Over Mass Death Sentence

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Relatives of defendants gather outside the courthouse in the central Egyptian city of Minya on Tuesday. Some 700 Islamists charged with deadly rioting were on trial. The day before, the court sentenced 529 men to death for killing a policeman. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Egyptian Court Sentences 529 Morsi Supporters To Death

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A View On The Torture And Terror Of Egyptian Prisons

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Australian journalist Peter Greste (center) of Al Jazeera and his colleagues stand inside the defendants' cage during their trial for allegedly supporting the Muslim Brotherhood at Cairo's Tora prison on Mar. 5. Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Egypt, A New Courtroom Drama Every Day

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Impatient With Change, Libyans Begin To Leave

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Soldiers march during a graduation ceremony for recruits of the Libyan army in Tripoli, the capital, on Jan. 16. The military, gutted by years under Moammar Gadhafi and by NATO attacks, faces multiple challenges as it tries to rebuild. Ismail Zitouny/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Outmanned And Outgunned, Libya Struggles To Fix Its Broken Army

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With Egyptian Press On Trial, Space For Dissent Is In Question

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Journalists On Trial In Egypt On Terrorism-Related Charges

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A child from the town of Tawargha holds a toy gun at a refugee camp in Benghazi on Jan. 12. His town was cleared by militiamen who accused residents of allying with Moammar Gadhafi. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Libya's Slow And Bloody Path Toward Stability

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Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood (background) clash with supporters of Egypt's army chief Abdel-Fatah el-Sissi in Cairo on Jan. 24. Khaled Kamel/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Egypt's Crackdown Widens, But Insurgency Still Burns

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Mohammed Badr, a cameraman for Al-Jazeera, appears at a court in Cairo, on Dec. 4, 2013. He is among the journalists referred to the Egyptian criminal court Wednesday. Ahmed Omar/AP hide caption

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The Coup Goes To Court: Ousted Pres. Morsi On Trial In Cairo

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No Surprises: Egyptian Military Endorses Its Chief For President

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