Egypt's Mursi to stand trial for 'inciting murder': TV
CAIRO, Qahirah (AFP) - Ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi is to stand trial in a criminal court for "incitement to murder", state television reported on Sunday without giving a date for the trial.
It said he will stand trial along with 14 other suspects in his Muslim Brotherhood movement on charges of "incitement to murder and violence" in December 2012 when deadly clashes broke out between his supporters and opponents outside the presidential palace.
Already accused of crimes related to his 2011 escape from prison, Mr Mursi has been held at a secret location since his ouster by the army on July 3.
The co-defendants in the trial include senior Brotherhood figures Mohamed al-Beltagi and leaders such as Essam el-Erian, deputy head of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood political wing.