Hundreds march in Sudan against Mursi death sentence

A man holds a poster and a sign with the rabaa hand gesture during a march with protesters from Islamic Movement and Egyptians against an Egyptian court's decision this week to seek the death penalty for Mursi, in KhartoumAround 800 protesters marched through Sudan's capital on Friday against a court's decision this week to seek the death penalty for Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi. Sudan's government has up to now declined to comment on the sentence in neighboring Egypt, describing it as an internal matter.


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