Egypt sentences 43 protesters to life in prison
Authorities accused the defendants of rioting, vandalism and attacking security forces in clashes that saw at least 12 killed and around 2,000 wounded.
The accused were also collectively fined over 17 million Egyptian pounds ($948,661) for damage to public property.
Tuesday's verdict was the result of a retrial after initial verdicts issued in 2015 were given in absentia.
The trial also saw the acquittal of 92 suspects. Those handed sentences will reportedly be allowed to appeal their verdicts.
Since the overthrow of Egypt's first democratically-elected president Mohammad Morsi in 2013, mass trials have become a common occurrence.
This has formed a key feature of the presidency of former army general Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who has led a far-reaching crackdown on public protest and dissent.
Rights groups in Egypt and abroad have harshly criticised the Egyptian government for its human rights record.
While many have been jailed for protest-related activity under President Sisi, the army strongman's presidency also oversaw the release of ex-president Mubarak from detention six years after his overthrow.