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Trial of Hosni Mubarak adjourned to Sunday
The next three court sessions will be dedicated to listening to the defence
El-Sayed Gamel El-Din, Saturday 2 Aug 2014
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File Photo: Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is wheeled out of the courtroom on hospital bed after his trial in Cairo, 2 June 2012 (Photo: Reuters)

The trial against former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and former interior minister Habib El-Adly along with six of his aides on charges of killing protesters during the 2011 uprising has been adjourned to Sunday.

The next three court sessions will be dedicated to listening to the defence.

The ousted president attended Saturday's court session despite a broken femur sustained during a fall in early July.

The 86-year-old is being retried on charges of complicity in the killing of about 850 unarmed protesters during the 2011 uprising that ended his 30-year rule.

He was found guilty in conspiring to kill protesters in a verdict of June 2012 and sentenced to life imprisonment, but his conviction was overturned in January 2013 due to procedural failings and a retrial began in April 2013.

Mubarak was transported to court in a helicopter on Saturday and carried behind bars on a stretcher, a regular occurrence during his previous court sessions.

Last August, the ex-president – who had been detained for nearly two years since shortly after his deposal – was granted release and placed under house arrest at Cairo's Maadi Hospital.

He was convicted of graft charges in May, and given a three-year jail term, but has not been transferred to prison.

Mubarak's two sons, Alaa and Gamal, are also attending the trial. They were both also convicted of corruption, each receiving a four-year jail sentence.





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Khan
03-08-2014 12:45pm
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Mubarak dont worry .no one can take back publuc money from you because army and court fully suporting you. This is a time for you and for sisi and for court to collect money from poor fools Egyptian .only God will aske you .not Egyptian
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