Court confirms Egypt Muslim Brotherhood death sentences
21 June 2014 Last updated at 17:37 BST
An Egyptian court has confirmed death sentences for 183 Muslim Brotherhood supporters accused of a 2013 attack on a police station, lawyers say.
A judge had recommended the death penalty for the 683 defendants, in a widely-criticised mass trial in April.
Mohammed Badie, leader of the banned group, was among those whose sentences were upheld. Appeals are now likely.
Bethany Bell reports from Cairo.