Egyptian Ousted Prez Morsi gets 20 Years Jail Term

Egypt, April 21: In a landmark verdict, an Egyptian court has sentenced former President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in jail for taking strong action against the protesters during his regime.

Morsi was ousted from his post following protests against his rule in 2013.

The Egyptian uprise was the result of his atrocity and torture that the citizens united and revolted against his rule.

He was accused of killing a journalist and protesters in clashes outside President House in 2012.

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