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Presstv interview: British piracy at Gibraltar

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Morsi's legacy: unlikely democrat, reluctant martyr

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Mohamed Morsi (1951–2019) was the fifth President of Egypt (30 June 2012 to 3 July 2013), deposed by General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in a coup d'état July 3, 2013. In his last words, Morsi accused the government of "assassinating" him through years of poor prison conditions. 

Morsi is survived by his wife Naglaa Ali Mahmoud (not "First Lady" but rather "First Servant of the Egyptian people"). Morsi had five children, two are US citizens born in California. His body was quickly buried without an inquest. His wish that he be buried in his hometown Adwa was denied. 

Israel alarmed by Palestinian drone technology

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Presstv interview: Iraq-Iran relations advance

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Syria asks UN to stop US-led 'massacre'

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