Court upholds death sentences for 21 convicted Egypt football rioters
Egyptians await the court verdict over the deadly football riot of 2012, in the Suez Canal city of Port Said on March 9, 2013. An Egyptian court handed down sentences ranging from one year in prison to life after a deadly football riot, and confirmed death sentences for 21 of the 73 defendants issued last month. (AFP/Getty Images)
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