Egypt police, protesters clash at Mubarak court
CAIRO (Reuters) - Protesters angered at the outcome of the trial against deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, his sons and high-level security officials clashed with police outside the building where the verdicts were read on Saturday, witnesses said.
Protesters threw rocks at riot police standing guard outside the building and the security forces gave chase, witnesses said.
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