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PHOTO GALLERY: Mubarak's supporters, opponents clash outside trial session

Supporters of Mubarak during the wait for the final verdict
Mubarak's opponents carry pictures of 25 Jan martyrs outside police academy
Clashes between the former president's opponents and supporters
Central Security Forces stand guard outside the trial
An opponent holds a banner demanding 'retribution from the killers of the 25 Jan revolution'
Supporters of Mubarak rally outside the trial
Clashes erupt between supporters and opponents of Mubarak outside the former president's trial
Mubarak supporters chant slogans demanding his release
An opponent stands on a poster of Mubarak that demands 'retribution'
Clashes erupt between supporters and opponents of Mubarak outside the former president's trial
A supporter of the ousted president holds a sign that reads 'Mubarak is innocent'
An opponent holds a shoe over a poster showing Mubarak and El-Adly in a gesture of contempt

A final verdict was expected in the case against the former president, charged with responsibility for killing protesters

The Cairo Criminal adjourned the trial of former president Hosni Mubarak on Saturday to 29 November.

A verdict had been expected at the Saturday session on charges of responsibility for the killing of protesters during the 2011 revolution which led to Mubarak's ouster. Also charged are his two sons, Alaa and Gamal, his interior minister Habib El-Adly, and six of El-Adly's aides. The aides will be freed until the next session but the other men will remain in jail.

All photos: Mai Shaheen

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