DHAKA: Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is due to learn if he has been found guilty of conspiracy in the killing of protesters during last year`s uprising, according to BBC.
A court in Cairo will decide whether Mr Mubarak, as well as his former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly and four aides, ordered police to shoot demonstrators.
All six deny the charges. They could face the death penalty if convicted.
Mr Mubarak also faces separate charges of abusing his powers to amass wealth, with his sons Alaa and Gamal.
An associate, the tycoon Hussein Salem, is being tried in absentia.
Two other senior interior ministry security officials are accused of failing to anticipate protests and protect public and private property.
BDST: 0858 HRS, JUN 02, 2012
Edited by: Tilka Binte Mehtab, Newsroom Editor
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