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U.S. withholds some military, economic aid for Egypt

This man is at the heart of political tensions that have gripped Egypt. Mohamed Mursi was ousted by the army in July and an interim government installed. Now the deposed President is set to go on trial on the 4th of November on charges of inciting murder and violence. The charges relate to the deaths of at least seven people during clashes between opposition protesters and Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood supporters outside the presidential palace in Cairo last year. Since Mursi was ousted, Egyptian authorities have clashed repeatedly with Muslim Brotherhood supporters. And Egyptians have opposing views on his trial. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) EGYPTIAN CITIZEN, YASEEN MOHAMED, SAYING: "To be honest he has a kind demeanor. But if it is proven that he was conspiring with external forces then I agree with the decision to put him on trial. Any Egyptian who has lived on Egypt's soil and drank from Egypt's Nile River and betrayed Egypt must be tried and executed

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