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Cairo court acquits 155 Mursi supporters

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Supporters of 155 Egyptian backers of the Muslim Brotherhood broke into cheers outside a Cairo court on Saturday after hearing news of their acquittal. The men were arrested and detained in October pending investigation on charges of spreading chaos in Cairo's Tahrir Square during celebrations marking the anniversary of a 1973 conflict with Israel. At the time, authorities had warned that anyone who protested against the army during ceremonies marking an attack on Israeli forces during the so-called October 6 War would be regarded as an agent of foreign powers, and not as an activist. On Saturday, the detained men were seen dressed in white overalls as they stepped out of large, blue police vans outside the New Court of Cairo on their way to the courtroom. Crowds gathered outside the court building, but relatives and media were not allowed inside the courtroom. Following the news of their release, crowds jumped in ju

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