Egypt Court Rejects Mubarak's Bid to Throw Out Corruption Sentence

From CNN

An Egyptian court on Saturday rejected ousted President Hosni Mubarak's appeal of his corruption conviction -- a decision that doesn't mean the longtime leader will spend more time in custody, though that remains a possibility in a separate case.

The Court of Cassation, Egypt's highest criminal court, rejected an appeal by Mubarak and his two sons tied to their punishment for embezzling $17.9 million allocated for the renovation of presidential palaces, state-run Ahram Online reported.

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