Al Jazeera 'outraged' as Egypt court delays retrial verdict

2015-07-30 12:43


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Doha - Broadcaster Al Jazeera said on Thursday it was "outraged" by an Egyptian court decision to postpone a verdict in the retrial of three of its journalists accused of supporting the banned Muslim Brotherhood.

In a statement, Al Jazeera Media Network's acting director general Mostefa Souag said: "We are outraged that the verdict has been adjourned as today was meant to be the final court hearing for our colleagues.

"We, along with others, expected a swift end to the ordeal for Baher Mohamed, Mohamed Fahmy, and Peter Greste."

Read more on:    al jazeera  |  egypt  |  north africa

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