The general prosecution in Minya also charged the defendants with joining “a terrorist organisation”, violating the protest law, resisting authorities, and inciting violence and riots, according to the state-run Egyptian Radio and Television Union.
So reports Daily News (Egypt).
At least 2,100 civilians have been referred to military courts since the army ousted president Mohamed Morsi on 3 July 2013, according to NGOs and media reports.
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