EPA 2012-06-20 00:16:57 Mubarak moved from Egypt prison hospital after stroke
(FILE) A file photo dated 02 june 2012 showing former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak as he arrives for his trial lying on his bed, at the court room at the police academy during his trial in Cairo, Egypt. Former Egyptian president Hosny Mubarak suffered a stroke 19 June 2012 and was moved from a prison hospital, where he is serving a life sentence, to a nearby military medical facility, security sources in the prison told. Egyptian state media confirmed Mubarak was moved after he suffered a stroke. State television previously reported that doctors used a defibrillator to restart Mubarak's heart after it stopped for a few seconds. EPA/STRINGER
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