Former Egyptian president Mursi died from a heart attack - state TV

CAIRO (Reuters) - Former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi died from a sudden heart attack during a court session, state television reported early on Tuesday, citing a medical source. The source said Mursi, who was suffering from a benign tumour, had continuous medical attention. (Reporting by Ali Abdelaty,; Writing by Sami Aboudi; Editing by Phil Berlowitz)

Reuters June 18, 2019 06:06:07 IST
Former Egyptian president Mursi died from a heart attack - state TV

Former Egyptian president Mursi died from a heart attack  state TV

CAIRO (Reuters) - Former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi died from a sudden heart attack during a court session, state television reported early on Tuesday, citing a medical source.

The source said Mursi, who was suffering from a benign tumour, had continuous medical attention.

(Reporting by Ali Abdelaty,; Writing by Sami Aboudi; Editing by Phil Berlowitz)

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