Former president Hosni Mubarak has clinically died following his arrival at Maadi military hospital on Tuesday evening. Mubarak's heart stopped beating and was subjected to a defibrillator several times but did not respond." Egyptian news agency MENA said, quoting medical sources. He was 84

Mubarak was “clinically dead” Tuesday after suffering a stroke, the state news agency reported, as a medical source said the ex-dictator was in a coma and had been put on a respirator.

On Tuesday evening, Egyptian state news agency MENA said the ousted leader had been pronounced clinically dead at a hospital he was transferred to following a stroke in prison.

“Hosni Mubarak is clinically dead,” the official news agency reported. “Medical sources told MENA his heart had stopped beating and did not respond to defibrillation.”