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Egyptians concerned for detained relatives

Thousands of pro-Morsi supporters believed to be in detention without charge after crackdown on demonstrations.

Last Modified: 26 Aug 2013 05:18
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Many Egyptians are growing increasingly worried for relatives detained in last month's military coup.

Deposed president Mohamed Morsi is still held in an undisclosed location and other Muslim Brotherhood leaders have been arrested. And it is believed thousands more protesters are being held without charge.

Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports.


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