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Muslim Brotherhood seeks to rejuvenate group

The group is trying to get more young people involved in their activities as most of its leaders are in their 60s.

Last Modified: 05 Sep 2013 10:46
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In Egypt, almost 50 members of the Muslim Brotherhood were sentenced to prison on Tuesday.

And the interim president says the group's fate is in the hands of the courts.

Meanwhile, the group is trying to get more young people involved in their activities, as most of its leaders are in their 60s.

Al Jazeera's correspondent, who we are not naming because of reporting restrictions, explains from Cairo.

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