CAIRO, Oct. 9 (Xinhua) -- An Egyptian court has set Nov. 4 for the trial of deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi over presidential palace violence that took place in December, official news agency MENA reported Wednesday.
Nabil Salib, head of the Cairo Court of Appeals, said that the ousted president and another 14 top leaders and members of the Muslim Brotherhood will stand trial in the Criminal Court on Nov. 4 on charges of inciting violence and murder during anti-Morsi protests outside the Ittihadiya presidential palace last year.
Since toppling Morsi on July 3, nearly 3,600 of Brotherhood leaders and members were arrested over charges of inciting violence, murdering, disturbing social order and assaulting governmental institutions, according to the group's official website.
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