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The presiding judge in the trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has withdrawn from the case and referred it to another court.
This means that there is now an indefinite adjournment of the proceedings in Cairo because Judge Mustafa Hassan Abdullah said he felt “unease” in reviewing the case.
The former president is facing a retrial after he appealed a sentence of life imprisonment for the conspiring to kill protesters during the 2011 revolt that lead to the end of his 29 year rule. Over 800 people lost their lives as a result of the crackdown.
Hosni Mubarak is in poor health and is being held at a military hospital in Cairo. The former interior minister Habib al-Adly and six security chiefs are in the dock again facing these charges.
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Germany’s Constitutional Court has upheld an appeal by the Turkish newspaper Sabah to ensure a court in Munich reserves a certain number of places for foreign journalists who want to cover the trial of five suspected neo-Nazis.
Allegedly a founder and members of the previously unknown National Socialist Underground they are accused of 10 racist murders.
“The court ordered an appropriate further number of seats should be provided to representatives of the foreign media with a special connection to the victims of the accused,” said spokesman for the Constitutional Court Bernd Odoerfer.
Eight of the victims were Turks, and the case and the allegedly botched investigation has upset many in Turkey, as has official reluctance to recognise a racial motive for the murders.
“In our view, the Turkish media must be present for a trial of such historic proportions. We are therefore delighted that thanks to us, other Turkish media are now able to report about it,” said Deputy Editor in Chief of “Sabah Europe” Ismail Erel.
The murders were committed between 2000 and 2007. Much of the trial will centre on alleged founder member Beate Zschaepe. The neo-Nazi cell was discovered when two members killed themselves after a failed robbery and Zschaepe set fire to an apartment they used.
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