Hosni Mubarak


article 29 November 2014 World, Egypt
What does Hosni Mubarak acquittal mean for Egypt?

An Egyptian court drops charges against ousted leader Hosni Mubarak in connection with the killing of 239 protesters during a 2011 revolt.

article 11 December 2013 World, Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Badie (R)
Chaos in court stalls trial of Muslim Brotherhood leaders

Judges in Egypt walk out after leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood shout slogans and refuse to co-operate as they appear in court.

article 26 August 2013 World, Ireland
Polish man dies as bin crushed in Dublin
Homeless man crushed to death in Dublin bin

The body of Henryk Piotrowski, who had been sleeping unnoticed in an industrial bin, was found at a Dublin recycling plant.

article 25 August 2013 World, Egypt
Egypt: Hosni Mubarak and Muslim Brotherhood trials adjourned

Ousted President Hosni Mubarak and senior Muslim Brotherhood leaders, who face charges relating to protesters' deaths, have their hearings postponed.

article 22 August 2013 Egypt
Ex-Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak released from jail

Egypt's ousted leader Hosni Mubarak is released from prison and transported by helicopter to a military hospital in Cairo, according to reports.

article 30 July 2013 World, Egypt
As the EU's foreign policy chief meets ousted former president Mohammed Morsi, how did the crisis in Egypt arise and how can it be resolved? (Getty)
by What's happening in Egypt? The key questions

Extreme violence at the weekend in which 83 died, calls for a mass march and now a meeting between the ousted former president and a key EU figure - what is happening in Egypt and what is next?

article 09 March 2013 World, Israel
An Egyptian soldier guards a checkpoint at Rafah city (pic: Reuters)
Egypt raises alert level in Sinai over jihadist fears

Egypt's interior ministry tells police in the Sinai peninsula to raise a state of emergency after obtaining intelligence that jihadists might attack their forces there.

article 25 January 2013 World, Egypt
Protestors in Cairo, and president Mohamed Mursi (pictures: Reuters)
by Egypt: what has changed for Tahrir Square's protesters?

On 25 January 2011 Tahrir Square became the focal point for a public outpouring of anger against the rule of Hosni Mubarak. As violence breaks out in Egypt again, Channel 4 News asks what has changed?

article 13 January 2013 World, Egypt
Egypt's former leader Hosni Mubarak behind bars in a courtroom (Reuters)
Mubarak allowed retrial after appeal to Egypt court

Egypt's ousted former president Hosni Mubarak successfully appeals against a life sentence, allowing him to be retried over the killing of protesters in the 2011 uprising.