Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morse, shown in 2012, died Monday at a court hearing in the case of espionage in Cairo, Egypt reports. Mohammed Morsey, the first democratically elected president of Egypt, collapsed in court and died Monday as he was brought to court, state television reported. 67-year-old Morse dies of an apparent heart attack, according to reports in the Egyptian media. It was closed in 2013 when its elected government was overthrown by a military coup led by the country's military leader Abdel Fatah al-Sissy, who is now president.
Morse, the senior leader of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Party, faced a series of allegations, including espionage and incitement to violence. Post the world on Facebook and keep up to date with foreign news