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Scuffles outside Hosni Mubarak trial as police testify

Amr Abdallah Dalsh / Reuters

Riot police clash with anti-Mubarak demonstrators in front of the police academy where former Egyptian president Hosni Murbarak is on trial in Cairo, Egypt, on Sept. 5. Demonstrators scuffled with police outside the court where the trial of Mubarak resumed on Monday, when senior policemen were due to give the first witness testimony.

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An anti-Mubarak demonstrator is detained by riot police after clashes with pro-Mubarak demonstrators in Cairo on Sept. 5.

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An injured anti-Mubarak protestor flashes the victory sign in Cairo on Sept. 5.

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Riot police clash with anti-Mubarak demonstrators in front of the police academy in Cairo on Sept. 5.

msnbc.com news services report from CAIRO:

Relatives of protesters killed during Egypt's uprising scuffled with police and tried to force their way into a Cairo courtroom Monday, demanding to be allowed to attend the latest session in the trial of ousted President Hosni Mubarak.

Live TV broadcasts of the landmark trial have been halted by a judge's order, and family members massed outside the courtroom were angered they could not witness the prosecution of the former leader charged with complicity in their loved ones' deaths. Continue reading.

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