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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians react to Mubarak trial verdict


Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Thousands demonstrate in Tahrir Square.
Thousands demonstrate in Tahrir Square.
Thousands demonstrate in Tahrir Square.
Mubarak gets life; senior police heads acquitted
Thousands demonstrate in Tahrir Square.
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Egyptians' reactions varied widely after a Cairo criminal court on Saturday sentenced Mubarak and his ex-interior minister to life in prison but cleared all other defendants in the case

All photos by Mai Shaheen.

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