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Muslim Brotherhood leaders raise the Rabaa sign during their trial at a court on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, May 16, 2015
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Lawyers talk to each other before the trial of Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi at a court on the outskirts of Cairo, May 16, 2015
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Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi greets people in court during his trial on the outskirts of Cairo, May 16, 2015
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Judge Shaaban El-Shami reads the verdict against ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and others, in a converted lecture hall in the national police academy eastern Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, May 16, 2015
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Judge Shaaban el-Shami reads the verdict against ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and others, in a converted lecture hall in the national police academy eastern Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, May 16, 2015
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Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie (R) with other Brotherhood members in cage during their trial at a court on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, May 16, 2015
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Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi raises his hands in defiance during his trial at a court on the outskirts of Cairo, May 16, 2015
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Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi raises hands in defiance during his trial at a court in the outskirts of Cairo, May 16, 2015
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Muslim Brotherhood's senior member Mohamed El-Beltagy (C), who received a preliminary death penalty today, gestures thumbs down at court as he sits behind bars in his trial on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, May 16, 2015
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Judges issue preliminary death sentence to the former president on murder and attempted murder charges, and other Brotherhood leaders in an espionage case; defendants display defiance

 All photos by Bassam Elzoghby

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