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Peter Greste trial: Al-Jazeera staff 'shocked' at verdict

23 June 2014 Last updated at 12:30 BST

Al-Jazeera staff are shocked and heartbroken at the sentencing of Peter Greste and two more of the organisation's journalists to seven years in prison in Egypt, a colleague has said.

A court in Cairo convicted Peter Greste, Mohammed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed of spreading false news and supporting the now banned Islamist group the Muslim Brotherhood. The trio had denied the charges.

Sue Turton was one of nine journalists charged in absentia and sentenced to 10 years,

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