epa02867691 An Egyptian anti-Mubarak protester (L) holds a copy of the holy Koran and a poster depicting a victim allegedly killed during the Egyptian uprising, during the Egyptian former President Hosni Mubarak trial, outside the police academy, in Cairo, Egypt, 15 August 2011. According to media reports, the judge announced the trial will no longer be broadcasted on television, and adjourned it to 05 September. Clashes erupted between Mubarak's supporters and protesters calling for retribution, outside the court, located in the Police Academy on the outskirts of Cairo. Police officers separated the two groups. Tight security measures were taken outside the court, with riot police stationed between the two groups. EPA/ANDRE PAIN
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