Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak was today cleared of ordering the killing of protesters during the uprising that ended with his removal from power.
Having served two years of a life sentence, Mr Mubarak was given a retrial where he was today acquitted.
His supporters were delighted but the verdict provoked fury in some quarters.
ITV News Correspondent Gareth Owen reports.
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