The announcement came after a court in Cairo banned activities by the group or any group related to it, al-Masry al-Youm reported Tuesday.
The Muslim Brotherhood already has a research center in London that runs the organization. The center published a weekly journal that explains the Muslim Brotherhood's stance on current events and pushes its ideas for reform.
In a statement, the media office termed the court's decision to dissolve the Muslim Brotherhood "exclusionary" and "revengeful."
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