Ibrahim Halawa's trail has been adjourned for a 26th time.
The 21 year old from Firhouse has now spent 1,423 days in prison, since his arrest in August 2013 at the age of 17.
Last week, the judge in the trial had announced that the prosecution's case would wrap up today but now the trial has been rescheduled to resume again on the 16th of July.
There have been serious concerns over Ibrahim's health and welfare in recent months. In April, a doctor sent by the Irish government recommended his release.
The Dubliner is facing trial alongside hundreds of other defendants for his alleged part in protests against the ousting of Egypt's former president Mohammed Morsi in August 2013.