Egyptian army official says Mubarak's health is stable

By REUTERS
April 14, 2011 14:58

 
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SHARM E-SHEIKH, Egypt - Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's health is stable but has not improved, and there are no plans for now to move him from the Red Sea resort of Sharm e-Sheikh, an army source said on Thursday.

"Mubarak's health at the moment is stable but has not improved," the source told Reuters, adding that the former president, ousted by a popular uprising on Feb. 11, was eating very little and was on a drip.

"There are no plans to move Mubarak from Sharm e-Sheikh at the moment," the source said.

A medical source in Sharm e-Sheikh, where Mubarak is in hospital, said on Wednesday that Mubarak's condition was "unstable". He has been detained for 15 days for questioning over a probe into graft and the killing of protesters.

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