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    • TUNISIA The long road to democracy EGYPT : Thursday, february 3, 2011 Bloody clashes & Chaos on the Streets of Cairo
    • EGYPT : Thursday, february 3, 2011 - Bloody clashes & Chaos on the Streets of Cairo At least 13 people have died and scores were injured over the last two days when Mubarak loyalists launched a counter-attack on pro-democracy protesters. The interior ministry has denied it ordered its agents or officers to attack prior pro-democracy demonstrations. Hundreds of pro-government snipers and GANGSTERS have been deployed on top of buildings in central Cairo amid growing clashes between plain clothes police and anti-government protesters. Clashes and pitched battles between plain clothes police and anti-government protesters have intensified in and around Cairo's Tahrir Square. Embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's regime is stepping up its crackdown on peaceful protesters in Tahrir Square, the focal point of the anti-Mubarak protests. According to a Press TV correspondent, most of the protesters have been killed as a result of stone-throwing and attacks with metal rods and sticks. Egypt's Health Minister Ahmed Samih Farid has admitted that several people have died in the fighting over the past 24 hours. Reports say at least seven protesters have been killed and over 1,500 injured in clashes, which began on Wednesday. According to the United Nations, at least 300 people have so far been killed and thousands more injured during nationwide protests in troubled Egypt. - The Egyptian health ministry put the number of wounded at up to 5,000 since the start of the protests A Press TV's correspondent says pro-Mubarak vigilantes have broken into the journalists' center in the capital Cairo. Journalists covering the revolt against President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt have found themselves the targets of widespread anger and suspicion in an apparently coordinated campaign that is intended to stifle the flow of news that could further undermine the government. “ It appears that journalists are being targeted by the Egyptian authorities in a deliberate campaign of intimidation aimed at quashing honest, independent reporting of a transformational event,” said The Post’s foreign editor, Douglas Jehl. Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq has apologized for the fatal clashes between plain clothes police forces and anti-government demonstrators, pledging that violence will not be repeated in upcoming days. ATTENTION : SOME PICTURES CAN DISTURB
    • A member of the press lies on the ground after being attacked by mobs while soldiers surround him in Cairo Feb. 3. The United States and Britain condemned the intimidation of foreign reporters covering protests against President Hosni Mubarak. Kyodo / Reuters
    • Hossam el-Hamalawy U.S. citizens hold signs in support of the anti-government movement in an image uploaded to Flickr on Feb. 3.
    • Anti-government protesters throw stones during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. Another bout of heavy gunfire and clashes erupted Thursday around dusk in the Cairo square at the center of Egypt's anti-government chaos, while new looting and arson spread around the capital. AP / Sebastian Scheiner
    • Anti-government protestors throw stones during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Sebastian Scheiner
    • Egyptian anti-government demonstrators battle pro-government opponents (unseen) in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Mohammed Abed
    • Egyptian anti-government demonstrators battle pro-government opponents (background) on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Mohammed Abed
    • A pro-Mubarak supporter apprehended by opposition demonstrators is led away during rioting near Tahrir Square on Feb. 3. - Suhaib Salem / Reuters
    • Egyptian anti government protesters throw stones during clashes in downtown Cairo on Feb. 3. New clashes are heating up again and shots are being fired in the air around Cairo's central Tahrir Square as anti-government protesters push back against regime supporters.
    • An anti-government protester holds a tear gas canister fired by the police during clashes in the port city of Suez, about 134 km (83 miles) east of Cairo, January 27, 2011. Police fired rubber bullets, water cannon and tear gas at hundreds of demonstrators in the eastern city of Suez, on a third day of protests calling for an end to President Hosni Mubarak's 30 year-old-rule. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El-Ghany
    • Egyptian pro-government demonstrators hide behind an army tank as they battle anti-government opponents in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Mohammed Abed
    • Egyptian anti-government demonstrators battle pro-government opponents (unseen) in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Mohammed Abed
    • Foreign journalists and Egyptian anti-government demonstrators take cover behind makeshift shields during clashes with pro-regime opponents (not seen) at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 3, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Miguel Medina
    • An Egyptian army officer orders anti-government demonstrators to move back on February 3, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. The Army positioned tanks between the protesters who had been battling with supporters of President Hosni Mubarak for the second day in and around Tahrir Square in Cairo. Getty Images / John Moore
    • Egyptian anti government protesters throw stones during clashes in downtown Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Khalil Hamra
    • An anti-Egyptian government demonstrator hurls a stone at pro-government opponents during clashes at Cairo's Tahrir square on February 3, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Marco Longari
    • An Egyptian pro-government demonstrator throws stones towards anti-regime opponents (not seen) at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 3, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Miguel Medina
    • An Egyptian anti-government demonstrator throws stones towards pro-regime opponents (not seen) at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 3, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Miguel Medina
    • An anti-Egyptian government demonstrator looks up during violent clashes with pro-government opponents at Cairo's Tahrir square on February 3, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Marco Longari
    • Egyptian anti-government demonstrators throw stones towards pro-regime opponents (not seen) at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 3, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Miguel Medina
    • Egyptian protestors opposed to President Hosni Mubarak detain a government supporter during protests on February 3, 2011 near Cairos central Tahrir square where crowds have gathered for days to call for the ouster of the embattled president. AFP/ Getty Images / Miguel Medina
    • An anti-government protester throws rocks at pro-government supporters, while another talks on his mobile phone, right, during clashes between the two sides near the Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Ben Curtis
    • An anti-government protester climbs a firehose being used as a rope to winch up buckets of rocks ready for protesters to throw, during clashes on and below the bridge, near the Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Ben Curtis
    • Women collect stones in the main square of Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Ben Curtis
    • Anti-government protestors throw stones during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Ben Curtis
    • Anti-government protesters throw rocks at pro-government supporters as they try to protect themselves from incoming stones near a highway overpass on the edge of Tahrir Square the afternoon of February 3, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Getty Images / Chris Hondros
    • An Egyptian anti-government demonstrator holds a shield as he helps a wounded comrade during clashes with pro-regime opponents (not seen) at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 3, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/ Getty Images / Miguel Medina
    • An Egyptian anti-government demonstrator covers his head during clashes with pro-regime opponents during clashes in Cairos central Tahrir square where crowds have gathered for days calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak on February 03, 2011. AFP/ Getty Images / Mohammed Abed
    • An Egyptian anti-government protester uses a bucket as a helmet during clashes in Cairo's Tahrir square, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Emilio Morenatti
    • A woman protesting against the Egyptian government uses a burned out car for shelter while making a phone call February 3, 2011 in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Getty Images / Chris Hondros
    • A wounded anti-government protestor holds an Egyptian flag during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Sebastian Scheiner
    • Anti-government protesters carry an injured suspected pro-government supporter, center, near Tahrir, or Liberation square in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Tara Todras-Whitehill
    • A wounded anti-government protester is led off after being struck by a rock during clashes with pro-government supporters near a highway overpass on the edge of Tahrir Square the afternoon of February 3, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Getty Images / Chris Hondros
    • A wounded anti-government protester is carried off after being struck by a rock during clashes with pro-government supporters near a highway overpass on the edge of Tahrir Square the afternoon of February 3, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Getty Images / Chris Hondros
    • Anti-government demonstrators carry a wounded comrade who had been hit by a stone in clashes on February 3, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Getty Images / John Moore
    • A suspected pro-government supporter, is carried away by anti-government protestors, in Cairo's main square, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Tara Todras-Whitehill
    • A wounded anti-government protester is carried away towards a medical facility by others, during clashes with pro-government supporters near the Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Ben Curtis
    • A wounded anti-government protester holds up his bloodied hand as he is carried by others back from clashes with pro-government supporters near the Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Ben Curtis
    • Anti-government protestors are seen atop burnt out vehicles during clashes in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. Protesters and regime supporters skirmished in a second day of rock-throwing battles at a central Cairo square while new lawlessness spread around the city. AP / Emilio Morenatti
    • Wounded Egyptian anti government protesters sitin Cairo's main square, Egypt, Egypt, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. AP / Emilio Morenatti
    • An injured anti-Egyptian government demonstrator hooked to an IV drip rests on the pavement following clashes with pro-government opponents at Cairo's Tahrir square on February 3, 2011. AFP/ Getty Images / Marco Longari
    • Anti-government protesters throw stones during a clash with pro-government protesters from a rooftop near Tahrir Square on Thursday. (Ed Ou/The New York Times)
    • wounded anti-government protester mans a barricade during clashes with pro-government protesters near Tahrir Square in Cairo, February 3. The Egyptian government broadened its crackdown of a 10-day uprising that has shaken its rule Thursday, arresting journalists and human rights activists, while offering more concessions in a bid to win support from a population growing frustrated with a reeling economy and scenes of chaos in the streets. (Scott Nelson/The New York Times)
    • Anti-government demonstrators hurl stones at pro-government opponents during clashes at Cairo's Tahrir square on February 3. (Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images
    • A wounded anti-government protestor is tended during clashes in Cairo, on February 3. Another round of heavy gunfire and clashes erupted Thursday around dusk in the Cairo square at the center of Egypt's anti-government chaos, while new looting and arson spread around the capital. Gangs of thugs supporting President Hosni Mubarak attacked reporters, foreigners, and human rights workers and the army rounded up foreign journalists. (Sebastian Scheiner/Associated Press)
    • An injured Egyptian medic works on February 3 in a makeshift hospital inside a mosque in Cairo's Tahrir Sqaure. (Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
    • An injured anti-government protestor rests in a house in Tahrir Square after clashes with supporters of President Hosni Mubarak in Cairo on February 3. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
    • Anti-Hosni Mubarak protesters throw rocks at a rival group of pro-Mubarak forces at the edge of Tahrir Square in Cairo on Thursday. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
    • An Egyptian policeman is guarded by anti-government protesters after being captured during clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo, February 3. As pro- and anti-government protesters continued to fight, the Egyptian government blamed foreigners for the unrest while offering more concessions in a bid to win support from a population growing frustrated with a reeling economy and scenes of chaos in the streets. (Scott Nelson/The New York Times)
    • A pro-Mubarak supporter is detained by anti-government demonstators at an underground metro station after being rounded up during clashes at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters said on Thursday they were more determined than ever to topple President Hosni Mubarak after supporters loyal to him charged Tahrir Square, sparking violence that killed five people. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
    • A view from inside a burnt out truck from the side of the opposition demonstrators in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters said on Thursday they were more determined than ever to topple President Hosni Mubarak after supporters loyal to him charged Tahrir Square, sparking violence that killed five people. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
    • An anti-government protestor holds a bloodied Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square on Thursday, Feb. 3 in Cairo. The Army has positioned tanks between protesters who had been battling with supporters of President Hosni Mubarak for the second day in and around Tahrir Square in Cairo. - Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images
    • A soldiers gestures in front of anti-government protestors just outside Cairo's main square on Feb. 3. - Sebastian Scheiner / AP
    • Egyptian soldiers restrain a supporter of President Hosni Mubarak who tried to get to opposition lines near Tahrir Square on Feb. 3. - Goran Tomasevic / Reuters
    • A captured Egyptian man that anti-government protesters allege is a member of the Egyptian government security forces screams as his handcuffed are adjusted in an ad hoc anti-government command center Feb. 3 in Cairo. Anti-government Egyptian leaders questioned the man and several other suspected security officers, who were captured near Tahrir Square, allegedly trying to blend in with anti-government protesters. - Chris Hondros / Getty Images
    • Two foreign photographers take cover as they follow clashes between pro- and anti- government protesters in downtown Cairo on Feb. 3. Several journalist were arrested by the Egyptian Interior Ministry. - Khalil Hamra / AP
    • A medical worker talks on the telephone at an access road to the Tahrir Square in Cairo on Feb. 3 - Hannibal Hanschke / EPA
    • A supporter of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is taken to the ground by a soldier as he tries to run towards opposition lines near Tahrir Square in Cairo on Feb. 3. - Suhaib Salem / Reuters
    • A man suspected of being in the government security forces is roughly handled after being captured by anti-government protesters in Tahrir Square on Feb. 3. Anti-government groups have captured dozens of Egyptians they allege are police or intelligence officers trying to blend in with anti-government protesters. - Chris Hondros / Getty Images
    • Opposition supporters throw stones at pro-Mubarak demonstrators in Tahrir Square on Feb. 3. - Goran Tomasevic / Reuters
    • An anti-government protester is carried to an aid station after being hit in the eye with a rock during ongoing skirmishes with supporters of President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square on Feb. 3. - John Moore / Getty Images
    • Anti-government demonstrators bring a man (center with scarf) who they suspect is a Mubarak supporter to the army in Tahrir Square on Feb. 3. - Victoria Hazou / AP
    • An injured pro-Mubarak supporter is detained by anti-government demonstators at an underground metro station on Feb. 3. - Amr Abdallah Dalsh / Reuters
    • An injured pro-Mubarak supporter is detained by anti-government demonstators at an underground metro station after being rounded up during clashes at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters said on Thursday they were more determined than ever to topple President Hosni Mubarak after supporters loyal to him charged Tahrir Square, sparking violence that killed five people. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
    • Tara Todras-Whitehill / AP - Egyptian doctors and medics treat an injured suspected pro-government supporter, near Tahrir Square in Cairo on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. New clashes are heating up and shots are being fired in the air around Cairo's central Tahrir Square as anti-government protesters push back regime supporters.
    • Pro-government protesters (L) run for cover during clashes with anti-government protesters outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo early February 3, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Pro-government protesters (L) clash with anti-government protesters outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo early February 3, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Pro-government protesters (L) take cover behind a barricade during clashes with anti-government protesters outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo early February 3, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
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