The head of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and other leaders of the banned group were sentenced to life in prison on Sunday, judicial sources said, on charges of incitement to murder and violence.
The sentence is the latest among several trials and re-trials against Mohamed Badie and other senior leaders of the party.
The sources told Reuters that Giza Criminal Court sentenced several top leaders including Badie, group spokesman Essam al-Erian, and senior member Mohamed El-Beltagy to life terms.
State news agency MENA said another defendant was jailed for 15 years and three others for 10 years.
Badie and the other defendants were convicted of incitement to violence, including the killing of five demonstrators and wounding of 100 during protests in an area in Giza known as al-Bahr al-Azim.
The court had previously sentenced 15 people to life imprisonment in the al-Bahr al-Azim case in September 2014 but an appeals hearing had subsequently struck down the ruling and ordered a retrial.
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