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Egypt accuses United Nations of 'politicising' Mohamed Morsi's death, calls for 'independent inquiry'

Firstpost Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Egypt accused the UN on Wednesday of seeking to 'politicise' the death of Mohamed Morsi by calling for an 'independent inquiry'. Foreign ministry spokesman Ahmed Hafez said it was a 'deliberate attempt to politicise a case of natural death'. 'Concerns have been raised regarding the conditions of Mr. Morsi's detention, including access to adequate medical care', said UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Rupert Colville.
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