The retrial of former Egyptian president Hosny Mubarak on charges related to the killing of protesters during the uprising against his nearly three-decade rule will begin on April 13, state television reported Sunday.
Mubarak, 84, was toppled in February 2011 after an 18-day revolt and sentenced to life in prison in June 2012, dpa reported.
In January, a top court granted Murbarak's appeal and ordered a retrial. He is staying at a military court near Cairo for medical treatment.
Mubarak's interior minister, Habib al-Adly, and six former security officials will also face retrials over the killings of protesters, according to the broadcaster.
A fact-finding mission found that at least 846 people were killed and more than 6,000 wounded during the state's crackdown on the uprising.