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Mubarak

(Muhammad) Hosni . born 1928, Egyptian statesman; president of Egypt from 1981
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These activities will harm Mubarak village's culture and tradition because the Bhit Khori link road goes through the residential areas of the Mubarak village.
Mubarak, who was forced to step down in a 2011 uprising, was the chief of the Egyptian Air Force when the war began on October 6.
Mubarak faces charges ofkilling of protesters during the revolution of 25 January 2011.
In January, a court overturned convictions of embezzlement against Mubarak and his sons, and ordered a retrial, "but the Court of Cassation found legal procedures were not followed properly," reported BBC News.
An Egyptian court Wednesday sentenced deposed president Hosni Mubarak to three years in prison on corruption charges, in one of two trials after the 2011 uprising that ended his rule.His sons Al and Gamal each received four-year jail terms, and four other defendants were acquitted.They were accused of embezzling more than one hundred million Egyptian pounds (about $14 million, 10 million euros) earmarked for the maintenance of presidential palaces.Mubarak, 86, wearing a grey suit, sat on a wheelchair in the caged dock for the verdict.
In a confidential session, the court will listen to Anan's testimony against Mubarak over killing protesters in the 2011 upheaval and exporting gas to Israel at lower prices than that of the international market, state-run Al Ahram website reported on Sunday.
April 1975 -- Mubarak becomes vice president of Egypt, serving under President Anwar Sadat.
Mubarak will be held under house arrest at the Cairo hospital on the orders of the prime minister, who has been granted the power to order arrests during the current state of emergency.
Egypt's deposed president Hosni Mubarak is expected to be freed from prison and placed under house arrest on Thursday after being released the previous day, following more than two years in detention.
Deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is to remain in jail, even though a court has ordered his release.
Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak waving as he sits behind bars with his sons Gamal and Al during a hearing in their retrial at the Police Academy in Cairo on Saturday.
Kuwait was shocked last week to hear that Yousuf Hamad Al Bader Al Subah, a member of the ruling family, was accused of killing Mubarak Mishal, a compatriot teenager and a close friend.