Egypt court sets Aug. 15 for next Mubarak hearing

By REUTERS
August 3, 2011 15:14

 
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CAIRO - The judge trying Egypt's Hosni Mubarak said on Wednesday that the court would reconvene to hear the case of the former president on Aug. 15 and said the fallen leader would be moved from a hospital on the Red Sea to one near Cairo.

Judge Ahmed Refaat also ordered that Mubarak and others involved would be required to attend the next session.

"The court has decided to resume the case on Aug. 15," the judge said, adding that Mubarak would be held in detention in a hospital on the outskirts of Cairo where he could receive full medical treatment, instead of Sharm e-Sheikh.

Separately, judge said the court would reconvene for the case of former interior minister Habib Adli on Aug. 4.

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