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Jordanian court dissolves Muslim Brotherhood branch

The organization said it would appeal the decision by Jordan's highest court.

Jordan’s highest court has dissolved its branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, an official told Agence France-Presse (AFP), saying the organization had failed to resolve its legal status in the country.

“The Court of Cassation yesterday issued a final verdict ruling that the Muslim Brotherhood group is dissolved … for failing to rectify its legal status under Jordanian law,” the official said, requesting anonymity.

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