Former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi
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What's happened to Egypt's Morsi? In 70 secs

Egypt's former President Mohammed Morsi has been found guilty of violence and torture and sentenced to 20 years in jail.

He was cleared of murder charges and will not face the death penalty.

How did Egypt's first democratically elected president get to this point?

BBC News explains, in 70 seconds.

Video produced by Mohamed Madi

  • 21 Apr 2015
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