Report: Mubarak's arrest extended by 15 days

Egypt's state prosecutor extended the detention of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak on Friday for an additional 15 days while he is being investigated for his deadly crackdown of anti-government protests and suspicions of corruption, the MENA news agency reported.
"The state prosecutor Abdel Maguid Mahmud decided to renew the detention of ex-president Hosni Mubarak for 15 days for questioning... effective when his last detention period expires," MENA reported.
Mubarak is under arrested while he is in a Sharm el-Sheikh hospital.
According to the report, prosecutors traveled to the southern Sinai resort town to question the former Egyptian president.