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An Egyptian court upheld death sentences for 21 people for their role in a deadly soccer riot in Port Said. Saturday's verdict comes amid a continuing political crisis that deepened this week when another Egyptian court cancelled planned parliamentary elections for next month. Host Scott Simon talks with NPR's Leila Fadel.
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