Arab Times

EU wel­comes Moroc­can ini­tia­tive: Broth­er­hood lead­ers to life:

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The Euro­pean Union Fri­day wel­comed and en­cour­aged Moroc­cos ini­tia­tive on Libya say­ing it is a timely con­tri­bu­tion to the ef­forts of the United Na­tions for a po­lit­i­cal so­lu­tion to the cri­sis in Libya.

This po­si­tion was ex­pressed by EU High Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Josep Bor­rell in a phone con­ver­sa­tion to­day with Min­is­ter of For­eign Af­fairs of Morocco Nasser Bourita.

In this con­text, a broad con­ver­gence of views emerged be­tween the two in­ter­locu­tors on the prospects opened up by the in­ter-Libyan di­a­logue re­cently hosted by Morocco in Bouznika, noted a state­ment re­leased by Bor­rells of­fice. (KUNA)

The crim­i­nal court in Port Said on Satur­day sen­tenced for­mer guide of the out­lawed Mus­lim Broth­er­hood or­ga­ni­za­tion Mo­ham­mad Badie and eleven lead­ers of the group to life in prison, the of­fi­cial Mid­dle East News Agency (MENA) re­ported.

The court found Badie and the other chiefs guilty for com­mit­ting, in­sti­gat­ing vi­o­lence and acts of mur­der that hap­pened in the prov­ince of Port Said in 2013. (AP)

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