In this 2015 photo, former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, wearing a red jumpsuit that designates he has been sentenced to death, raises his hands inside a defendants cage in a makeshift courtroom at the national police academy, in an eastern suburb of Cairo, Egypt. (AP Photo/Ahmed Omar, File)

In this 2015 photo, former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, wearing a red jumpsuit that designates he has been sentenced to death, raises his hands inside a defendants cage in a makeshift courtroom at the national police academy, in an eastern suburb of Cairo, Egypt. (AP Photo/Ahmed Omar, File)

Egypt’s ousted President Morsi buried after courtroom death

The Brotherhood accused the government of “assassinating” him through years of poor prison conditions.

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