Cairo: Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's former chief of staff has reportedly been jailed for seven years and fined six million dollars over corruption charges.
A Cairo court convicted Zakaria Azmi of using his position to illegally make seven million dollars.
Azmi is also accused of involvement in the killing of protesters during last year's uprising, the BBC reports.
He is the latest member of Mubarak's regime to be found guilty of corruption since an uprising in 2011 ended his 30-year rule.
The verdict in Mubarak's own trial is due on 2 June.