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Posted by: Brittany Sims on Mar 27, 2014

An Egyptian court's decision this week to sentence to death 529 alleged supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood after a two-session trial has triggered criticism from governments and rights groups around the world. The proceedings have raised deep concerns among human rights activists over the lack of due process. The Associated Press explores the judicial systems of other Middle Eastern counties including Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Israel. WATE has the story.