New witnesses likely as Mubarak's trial resumes in Cairo

Former Egyptian president was brought into court on a hospital trolley during his hearing on Monday
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The trial of Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak will resume on Tuesday when judges begin hearing arguments from prosecutors (AFP/Getty Images)
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Former president Hosni Mubarak, lies on a stretcher as he leaves court following his trial at police academy on Jan 2 (AFP/Getty Images)
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No official has been convicted over the killing of protesters during the 18-day revolt. Mubarak and the other defendents deny any responsibility for the deaths (AFP/Getty Images)
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The trial was suspended for almost 60 days until last week because some lawyers had demanded the replacement of the panel of judges overseeing the case (AFP/Getty Images)
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Prosecutors say Mubarak and his co-defendants are to blame for the deaths of hundreds of protesters last year (AFP/Getty Images)
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Egyptian anti-Mubarak protester hold an effigy’s of former president Hosni Mubarak, his son Gamal and interior minister Habib Al Adly during their trial in Cairo on Jan 2 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Gamal Mubarak (back-top) the son of former president Hosni Mubarak (AFP/Getty Images)
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Egypt's former interior minister Habib Al Adly (C) leaves the court after his trial (AFP/Getty Images)
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Mubarak, his two sons, the former interior minister and senior police officers face charges ranging from corruption to involvement in the deaths of around 850 protesters during the uprising that unseated him last February (AFP/Getty Images)
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Presiding judge Ahmed Refaat said he would decide on possible new witnesses during the next few sessions (AFP/Getty Images)