Tahrir Square in Cairo tonight
2000 GMT: Egyptian football supporters, known as "Ultras", have been part of the uprising and protests since January 2011. They were in Tahrir Square again tonight:
And in the Sinai Peninsula, a march in Arish:
1930 GMT: Politics and protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square tonight --- Presidential candidates Mohamed Morsi, who led the first-round ballot; Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh; and Hamdeen Sabahi have all appeared among the demonstrations over today's verdicts and sentences in the Mubarak trial.
Sabahi fainted and was taken from the square in an ambulance.
1645 GMT: Khaled Ali, a candidate in last month's Presidential election, at the centre of a march to Tahrir Square in Cairo:
1625 GMT: Although one of the corruption cases against them was dropped today, former President Mubarak's sons, Gamal and Alaa, will remain in prison because of other charges related to stock market corruption, security sources have said.
Gamal and Alaa Mubarak are charged with accumulating LE2.51 billion ($416 million) in illicit profits by violating capital market laws and taking control of a majority stake in the major bank AWB through investment and private equity funds that they controlled.
1402 GMT: Thousands protest in front of the Prosecutor-General's office, unhappy with the "political" judgements in the trial of Hosni Mubarak and other defendants:
A pro-Mubarak protester assaults a foreign photographer after the verdict on the former Egyptian President:
A demonstration in Alexandria, unhappy with "leniency" in the verdicts and sentences, chants against the judiciary system and called for a "new revolution":
1240 GMT: Egyptian State TV has been reporting that former President Mubarak had a "health crisis" on arrival at Tora Prison. Medical sources have told CNN that Mubarak had a heart attack.
1220 GMT: The Presidential campaign of the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate Mohamed Morsi, has called for the retrial of former President Mubarak and other defendants: "The public prosecutor did not carry out its full duty in gathering adequate evidence to convict the accused for killing protesters."
The office of Hamdeen Sabbahi, who finished third in the first round of Presidential voting, has called for protests, "It is time to realise that taking the streets is the only way to protect of our revolution and to get rid of the old regime. This court ruling is not just and we require justice."
1100 GMT: Protesters, wanting tougher sentences and convictions at the trial of former President Mubarak, his sons, and his officials, march to Tahrir Square in Cairo:
1040 GMT: Following the court's declaration of his life sentence, former President Mubarak has been moved from a military hospital to Tora Prison.
The parents of a martyr in the Egyptian Revolution react to news of the verdict:
0940 GMT: Back from a Saturday break to find that former President Mubarak has been sentenced to life in prison for his part in the killing of protesters during the uprising against his rule in January and February 2011.
Former Minister of Interior Habib El Adly also was given a life sentence, while six security officials were acquitted.
Corruption charges against Mubarak's sons, Alaa and Gamal, were dropped because, according to the judge, the case was more than 10 years old.
Some in the waiting crowd cheered the verdict, while others outside the police academy screamed "False judgment!" and threw bottles at police.
Judge Ahmed Refaat said Mubarak's era of rule was "30 years of darkness'' and "a darkened nightmare" that ended only when Egyptians arose: "They peacefully demanded democracy from rulers who held a tight grip on power."
Refaat said Mubarak and EL Adly did not act to stop the killing of almost 900 demonstrators during the 18-day uprising.
0530 GMT: Almost 16 months after protests forced President Hosni Mubarak from power, a court will issue a verdict today in his trial for complicity in the killing of about 900 demonstrators during the uprising. If convicted, the 84-year-old Mubarak could face the death penalty.
Former Minister of Interior Habib El Aldy and six former security officials are defendants in the same trial, while Mubarak's two sons, Alaa and Gamal, are being tried alongside their father for corruption.
Security sources said 5,000 police officers and 2,000 soldiers will secure Saturday's session at the police academy once named for Mubarak. The former President will arrive by helicopter from the military hospital where he is detained.
Egyptian state television said it would broadcast live the verdict and sentencing.
Since his move last year from detention because of poor health, Mubarak has been in the hospital where he is free to see relatives, walk in the garden, and exercise.