As the British government begins a rigorous study of the Muslim Brotherhood, focusing on its aims, activities and attitudes to extremism, confusion surrounds reports that the group plans to relocate its international headquarters from London.

Austria's second city, Graz, would be the new location, with offices also planned in as many as three other as yet unidentified European cities, according to information published online and monitored by the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch (GMBDW).

The group has been under intense pressure since the Egyptian military removed Mohammed Morsi, a Brotherhood leader, as president in July last year.

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