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Mubarak Trial Resumes In Egypt

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In Egypt, the first witness began testimony Monday after scuffles erupted inside and outside the Cairo court where former President Hosni Mubarak is standing trial. The 83-year-old leader is charged with corruption and ordering the killing of more than 850 anti-government protesters.
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