The United States expressed its concern on Tuesday after an Egyptian court sentenced Islamist former president Mohamed Morsi and 14 of his supporters to hefty jail terms.
State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said Washington would "review the basis" for the court's decision to imprison Morsi for 12 years and was "concerned by these sentences."
"All Egyptians are entitled to equal and fair treatment before the law," she added.
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