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Topic - Tawfiq Okasha
An Egyptian court says a popular TV presenter and a chief editor of an independent daily are to go on trial for insulting the country's newly elected Islamist president.
Mr. Okasha's network el-Faraeen, or the Pharaohs, was ordered off the air, after he warned Mr. Morsi not to attend the funeral of 16 Egyptian soldiers killed in a militant attack this month.
He said "spilling" Mr. Morsi's blood would be permissible and alleged the president's Muslim Brotherhood group was behind the attack.