Mubarak, family have not left Egypt, state TV reports

By REUTERS
March 3, 2011 16:56

 
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CAIRO, - Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has not left Egypt nor have members of his family, state television reported on Thursday, citing the public prosecutor.

"Public Prosecutor: There is no truth to published reports on the presence of Mubarak and his family out of Egypt," Channel One said in a scrolling bar at the bottom of the screen.

A state-owned Egyptian newspaper said on Wednesday that Mubarak was in Tabuk, in Saudi Arabia, receiving chemotherapy for one hour every five days for colon and pancreatic cancer.

It reported his family was with him in the private wing of the military hospital.

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