Eight of the 24 accused were tried in absentia in separate cases involving the killing of police officers.
The group’s leader, Mohamed Badie, was among those convicted on charges related to Egypt’s 2011 uprising.
The Austrian authorities’ moves towards banning ‘political Islam’ and criminalising the Brotherhood are ill-conceived.
Court decision marks end of a trial linked to a mass killing by security forces at a sit-in in Cairo in 2013.
Court finds Mahmoud Ezzat, acting supreme guide of the country’s oldest Islamist organisation, guilty of ‘terror’ acts.
The man, who appeared to be complaining about rampant government corruption, is being treated for burns, sources said.
Mahmoud Ezzat, the group’s acting leader, arrested in the capital Cairo, interior ministry says.
Acting Brotherhood leader Ezzat has already been handed two death sentences in absentia, as well as life imprisonment.
Essam el-Erian had complained of medical negligence in detention after being sentenced to several life sentences.
Zyad Elelaimy, a key figure of Egypt’s 2011 popular uprising, and Ramy Shaath, a prominent activist added to list.
The UN rights office demands investigation into Morsi’s death as people across the Middle East mourn the ex-president.
The Muslim Brotherhood leader was the country’s first democratically elected president but was removed in a 2013 coup.
The White House should stop taking cue from Arab dictators on its foreign policy.
Iran’s foreign minister says US is not in position to label others as ‘terror organisations’ while it supports Israel.