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    • EGYPT ON THE EDGE
    • EGYPT ON THE EDGE Egypt Death Toll Passes 100 As Protests Continue 'WHAT WE HAVE BEGUN CANNOT GO BACK' Tens Of Thousands Defy Curfew.. ElBaradei Addresses Massive Crowd.. Military Jets Circle Above U.S. Embassy Urges Americans To Leave.. Al Jazeera Banned.. Police Return To Cairo Streets.. Hundreds Of Judges Join Protests.. Obama Calls For 'Orderly Transition'.. Gangs of armed men attacked at least four jails across Egypt before dawn Sunday, helping to free hundreds of Muslim militants and thousands of other inmates as police vanished from the streets of Cairo and other cities. The U.S. Embassy in Cairo told its citizens in Egypt to consider leaving the country as soon as possible, and said it had authorized the voluntary departure of dependents and non-emergency employees, a display of Washington's escalating concern about the stability of its closest Arab ally. Al Jazeera was ordered to shut down in Cairo. According to Reuters, more than 100 have died since the protests began. The army sent hundreds more troops and armored vehicles onto the streets of Cairo and other cities but appeared to be taking little action against gangs of young men with guns and large sticks who were smashing cars and robbing people. At least one Nile-side shopping mall in Cairo was on fire after being looted the previous day. The Arab world's most populous nation appeared to be swiftly moving closer to a point at which it either dissolves into widespread chaos or the military expands its presence and control of the streets. The demonstrators from all segments of Egyptian society have taken to the streets for nearly a week calling for President Hosni Mubarak, 82, to step down. Mubarak named his intelligence chief, former army general Omar Suleiman, to the new role of vice president on Saturday, a move that perpetuated the overriding role of military men in Egyptian politics. Many people have set up private vigilante groups in front of their homes…. People are afraid. This is no longer just a political movement with protesters on the streets, but there is a basic collapse of law and order
    • Getty Images- CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: Opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei arrives to speak to supporters in Tahrir Square on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Cairo remained in a state of flux and marchers continued to protest in the streets and defy curfew, demanding the resignation of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarek.
    • Getty Images - CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: Opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei waves to supporters in Tahrir Square on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
    • Egyptian Nobel Peace laureate and democracy advocate Mohamed ElBaradei addresses the protesters at Tahrir Square in Cairo after dark on Jan.30. - Khalil Hamra / AP
    • Getty Images CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: Protestors sit down to block the entry of army tanks to Tahrir Square on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Cairo remained in a state of flux and marchers continued to protest in the streets and defy curfew, demanding the resignation of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarek.
    • Getty Images CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: People in Tahrir Square celebrate after hearing an incorrect rumour that President Hosni Mubarak had left the country on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
    • Getty Images CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: Protestors stand under a placard in Tahrir Square on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
    • Reuters Pictures In this still image taken from video, Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak (2nd L)and Vice President Omar Suleiman (2nd R) hold a meeting with top commanders in Cairo, January 30, 2011.
    • Getty Images CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: A man in Tahrir Square holds a placard on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
    • Getty Images - CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: Anti-government protesters chant and sing in Tahrir Square January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Cairo remained in a state of flux and marchers continued to protest in the streets and defy curfew, demanding the resignation of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarek. As President Mubarak struggles to regain control after five days of protests he has appointed Omar Suleiman as vice-president.
    • Getty Images - CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: A boy in Tahrir Square holds doctored photographs of President Hosni Mubarak on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
    • Getty Images CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: A man in Tahrir Square holds a placard calling for President Hosni Mubarak to ''go out'' on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
    • Getty Images CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: Exhausted Egyptians rest on the grass in in Tahrir Square after days of protests on January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
    • Getty Images CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 30: Thousands of Egyptians gather in a mass protest against the Egyptian government in Tahrir Square during the late afternoon January 30, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.
    • Protesters conduct Islamic prayers in Cairo's Tahrir Square at sundown on Jan. 30. - Chris Hondros / Getty Images
    • Egyptians show bullets allegedly fired by the army in central Cairo on Jan. 30. - Felipe Trueba / EPA
    • A mother with child watches thousands of Egyptian protesters gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo on Jan. 30. The army sent hundreds more troops and armored vehicles onto the streets of Cairo and other cities but appeared to be taking little action against mass protests. - Amr Nabil / AP
    • An Egyptian soldier tries to stop anti-government protesters as they walk towards Tahrir Square in Cairo. - Emilio Morenatti / AP
    • An Al-Jazeera TV news employee staffs the bureau in Cairo on Jan. 30. Egypt has ordered a shutdown of Al-Jazeera's operations, the official MENA news agency said, after the channel gave blanket coverage to ongoing anti-government protests. - Mohammed Abed / AFP - Getty Images
    • A senior army officer salutes a crowd of cheering protesters. - Yannis Behrakis / Reuters
    • Demonstartors are demanding that President Hosni Mubarak step down. This man wears a T-shirt reading 'Down With Mubarak'. It bears a cross and a crescent as a sign of unity between Christians and Muslims [AFP]
    • An army officer who joined anti-government protesters tears up a picture of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. - Ahmed Gumaa / AP
    • An injured protester is helped into a mosque that was used as a make-shift triage clinic. - Tara Todras-whitehill / AP
    • Egyptians surround an injured protester in downtown Cairo.- Ahmed Ali / AP
    • JANUARY 30: As demonstrations in Egypt continue, visages of President Hosni Mubarak are defaced and burned in Beirut, Lebanon and Istanbul, Turkey. (AFP/Getty Images
    • A protester touches the weapon of a soldier in downtown Cairo, January 30, 2011. President Hosni Mubarak, clinging to power despite unprecedented demands for an end to his 30-year rule, met on Sunday with the powerful military which is widely seen as holding the key to Egypt's future.
    • Chris Hondros / Getty Images An Egyptian Army soldier is a handed a flower by an anti-government protesters in Tahrir Square in Cairo.
    • Chris Hondros / Getty Images An Egyptian Army soldier (center) prays along with anti-government protesters during the afternoon in Tahrir Square Jan. 30.
    • Miguel Medina / AFP - Getty Images Egyptian soldiers read the newspaper as they sit atop their Abrams tank as demonstrators begin to gather in Tahrir Square in the capital Cairo.
    • Miguel Medina / AFP - Getty Images Egyptian demonstrators greet soldiers as they arrive in Tahrir Square in Cairo, on Jan. 30, on the sixth day of protests against long term President Hosni Mubarak's regime.
    • JANUARY 30: As demonstrations continue in Cairo, a man walks through the charred remains of a burned government building the city. (Chris Hondros/Getty Images
    • Egyptians holding up defaced posters of President Hosni Mubarak protest in Tahrir Square in Cairo on January 30. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images
    • Egyptians pray for victims killed during protests as they gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo on January 30, on the sixth day of angry revolt against Hosni Mubarak's regime amid increasing lawlessness, a rising death toll and a spate of jail breaks. (Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images)
    • Prison doors are open wide, and looters walk away with goods as smoke billows from the riot-hit Abu Zaabel prison in Cairo after a mass breakout by convicts amid the nationwide revolt, January 30. (AFP/Getty Images
    • Men add fuel to a fire burning in front of party headquarters in Tahrir Square in Cairo, where protests continued into the night. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/MCT
    • A soldier stands guard at the Egyptian National Museum in Cairo on Saturday. Earlier in the day, would-be looters broke into the famed museum, ripping the heads off two mummies and damaging about 10 small artifacts before being caught and detained by army soldiers, Egypt's antiquities chief said. (Cai Yang/Xinhua)
    • The streets of downtown Cairo, near Tahrir Square, were filled with celebration on Saturday as civilians rode around town on military tanks following word of changes in the government's structure. The Egyptian Army was present, but no riot police. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
    • An injured man is carried through the streets of downtown Cairo on Saturday, January 29. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/MCT
    • Egyptian protesters take time out from demonstrating against President Hosni Mubara, to pray in the street next to deployed Egyptian military vehicles in Cairo's Tahrir square on Saturday. (Scott Nelson/The New York Times)
    • Protesters plea with an Egyptian solider inside a military armored personnel carrier that was providing coverage, to use their weapons against riot police during a clash near Egypt's Interior Ministry in Cairo on Saturday. The soldiers refused to open fire on the security police, while the police defending the ministry battered the protesters with tear gas, buckshot and rubber bullets. (Scott Nelson/The New York Times)
    • Egyptians carry an injured demonstrator during clashes with riot police in Cairo on January 29. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images
    • Protesters throw firebombs at riot police after police shot at protesters accompanying the funeral procession of an anti-government protester killed yesterday, in a street near Tahrir square in downtown Cairo. (Ben Curtis/Associated Press)
    • An anti-government protester cries out after seeing the body of another who was shot by police moments before, in Tahrir square in downtown Cairo, January 29. (Ben Curtis/Associated Press)
    • Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak carry the body of a dead comrade wrapped in the Egyptian flag during his funeral in Cairo on January 29. (Khaleed Desouki/AFP/Getty Images)
    • Protestors carry an army captain on their shoulders after he tore up a poster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square on January 29. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
    • A man stands in front of a burning armored vehicle in central Cairo on January 29. (Khaled Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
    • Demonstrators celebrate as they stand atop an armored vehicle on Saturday. Hundreds of anti-government protesters returned to the streets of central Cairo, chanting slogans against Hosni Mubarak and attacking police just hours after the Egyptian president fired his Cabinet and promised reforms but refused to step down. (Amr Nabil/Associated Press)
    • Anti-government protesters begin to camp out in Tahrir square in Cairo on Saturday. (Ben Curtis/Associated Press
    • Protestors stand on top of army tanks in Tahrir Square on January 29. (Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images
    • Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, cheer members of his guard deploying outside the national television building in Cairo on January 28. (Khaleed Desouki/AFP/Getty Images
    • Protesters rally in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Jan. 29. The sign in Arabic reads: "You go out, because you damage Egyptian dignity. - Ben Curtis / AP
    • Demonstrators celebrate atop an army tank in Tahrir square during protests in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused on Saturday to bow to demands that he resign after ordering troops and tanks into cities in an attempt to quell an explosion of street protests against his 30-year rule. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Protesters burn a flag with images of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak, as riot police stand guard, during a sit-in organised by Lebanese activists in front of the Egyptian embassy in Beirut to show support for the Egyptian and Tunisian people January 29, 2011. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi
    • A protester reaches out as a soldier holds a child during a demonstration in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih.
    • A man pumps a fist during a protest in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/ Goran Tomasevic
    • A protester raises a fist in front of a picture of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak during a protest in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/ Goran Tomasevic.
    • A man injured in yesterday's clashes with police stands in front of an Egyptian Army vehicle during a protest in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/ Goran Tomasevic
    • Men stand on top of an armoured Egyptian Army vehicle during a protest in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
    • An Egyptian Army soldier greets protesters as he stands atop an armoured vehicle in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/ Goran Tomasevic
    • A man holds a torn poster of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak during a protest in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/ Goran Tomasevic
    • Syrian and Palestinian activists hold candles during a candlelight in support of the protests in Egypt in front of the Egyptian embassy in Damascus January 29, 2011. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri
    • A badly injured man is carried by protesters through Tahrir square in Cairo, January 29, 2011, after hundreds of protesters tried to storm the interior ministry. The police opened fire killing at least 2 and injuring a number of others. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Protesters wave an Egyptian flag atop a street sign at Tahrir square in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Protesters carry the body of a man killed during an attempt to storm the interior ministry in Cairo January 29, 2011. The police opened fire killing at least two and injuring a number of others. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • A veiled protester holds a photo of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak marked with an X, during a demonstration at Tahrir square in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • A protester lifts an army officer who joined the crowd at Tahrir square in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • A senior army officer salutes a crowd of cheering protesters at Tahrir square in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Protesters sit atop a military vehicle during demonstrations in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • Protesters sit atop a military vehicle during demonstrations in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • Protesters shout slogans during demonstrations in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • A military tank sits next to the Egyptian state television building in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • Protesters stand atop a vehicle during demonstrations in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • A protester reacts during demonstrations in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • A veiled protester holds an Egyptian flag during demonstrations in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • Protesters pray next to military personnel standing atop their vehicles in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • The ruling National Democratic party building burns in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • The building of the ruling National Democratic party burns after it was set ablaze by protesters on Friday night in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused on Saturday to bow to demands that he resign after ordering troops and tanks into cities in an attempt to quell an explosion of street protests against his 30-year rule. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Soldiers sit atop a military vehicle along a street in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • A protester waves an Egyptian flag atop a military vehicle in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • Protesters write on the National Democratic party building in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. The words read: Mubarak, the thief. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • Protesters carry placards during demonstrations in Cairo January 29, 2011. Thousands of angry Egyptians rallied in central Cairo on Saturday to demand that President Hosni Mubarak resign, dismissing his offer of dialogue and calling on troops to come over to their side. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • Egypt's president Hosni Mubarak speaks with his newly-named Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq in Cairo in this video frame grab taken January 29, 2011. Mubarak picked former air force commander and aviation minister Ahmed Shafiq as the next prime minister on Saturday. REUTERS/Egyptian State TV via Reuters TV
    • ople protest against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak in central Barcelona, January 29, 2011. REUTERS/Albert Gea
    • People protest at a rally against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak outside the United Nations building in New York January 29, 2011. The United States told Mubarak on Saturday it was not enough to simply reshuffle the deck with a shake-up of his government and pressed him to make good on his promise of genuine reform. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
    • Egyptian journalist Khaled Dawoud speaks at a rally against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak outside the United Nations building in New York January 29, 2011. The United States told Mubarak on Saturday it was not enough to simply reshuffle the deck with a shake-up of his government and pressed him to make good on his promise of genuine reform. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
    • A protester holds an Egyptian flag at a rally against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak outside the Federal Building in Westwood, California January 29, 2011. Egypt's street protesters pushed Mubarak into naming a deputy who might in time succeed him, but thousands went on defying a curfew and urging the army to join them in forcing Mubarak from power immediately. REUTERS/Eric Thayer
    • Protestors rally against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak outside the Federal Building in Westwood, California January 29, 2011. In five days of unprecedented protests that have rocked the Arab world, more than 100 people have been killed, investors and tourists have taken fright, Mubarak has offered a first glimpse of a plan to step down and 80 million long-suffering Egyptians are caught between hope for democratic reform and fear of chaos. REUTERS/Eric Thayer
    • Men pray at a rally against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak outside the Federal Building in Westwood, California January 29, 2011. In five days of unprecedented protests that have rocked the Arab world, more than 100 people have been killed, investors and tourists have taken fright, Mubarak has offered a first glimpse of a plan to step down and 80 million long-suffering Egyptians are caught between hope for democratic reform and fear of chaos. REUTERS/Eric Thayer
    • A man wears an Egyptian flag at a rally against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak outside the Federal Building in Westwood, California January 29, 2011. In five days of unprecedented protests that have rocked the Arab world, more than 100 people have been killed, investors and tourists have taken fright, Mubarak has offered a first glimpse of a plan to step down and 80 million long-suffering Egyptians are caught between hope for democratic reform and fear of chaos. REUTERS/Eric Thayer
    • Egyptian civilians walk by a looted mall in Cairo, January 30, 2011. Looted stores, burnt out cars and the stench of blazing tyres filled the streets of Cairo as day broke on Sunday, with President Hosni Mubarak clinging to office and security forces struggling to contain looters. The biggest immediate fear was of looting as all public order broke down. Mobs stormed into supermarkets, banks, jewellery shops and government buildings. Through the night, ordinary Egyptians took to the streets armed with clubs, chains and knives to guard neighbourhoods from marauders. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Civilians guard their neighbourhood in Cairo January 30, 2011. Looted stores, burnt out cars and the stench of blazing tyres filled the streets of Cairo as day broke on Sunday, with President Hosni Mubarak clinging to office and security forces struggling to contain looters. Through the night, ordinary Egyptians took to the streets armed with clubs, chains and knives to guard neighbourhoods from marauders. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • An Egyptian man armed with a knife mans a makeshift checkpoint in a Cairo neighborhood January 30, 2011. Looted stores, burnt out cars and the stench of blazing tyres filled the streets of Cairo as day broke on Sunday, with President Hosni Mubarak clinging to office and security forces struggling to contain looters. Through the night, ordinary Egyptians took to the streets armed with clubs, chains and knives to guard neighbourhoods from marauders. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Army members and people detain a thief in downtown Cairo, January 30, 2011. President Hosni Mubarak, clinging to power despite unprecedented demands for an end to his 30-year rule, met on Sunday with the powerful military which is widely seen as holding the key to Egypt's future. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
    • . A crowd gathers around Egyptian Army soldiers standing on top of a tank in Cairo January 30, 2011. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
    • An Egyptian Army soldier gestures to a crowd as he stands atop a tank in Cairo January 30, 2011. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
    • Protesters pray near Egyptian Army tanks in Cairo January 30, 2011. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
    • Protesters pray near Egyptian Army tanks in Cairo January 30, 2011. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
    • An Egyptian Army soldier stands on top of an armored vehicle in Cairo January 30, 2011. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
    • Egyptian Army soldiers stand on top of an armored vehicle in Cairo January 30, 2011. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
    • Egyptian men sit with sticks to protect their building from looters in Cairo January 30, 2011. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
    • An Egyptian air force fighter plane flies low over thousands of anti-government protesters gathered at Tahrir square in Cairo January 30, 2011. Egyptian air force fighter planes buzzed low over Cairo on Sunday, helicopters hovered above and extra troop trucks appeared in a central square where protesters were demanding an end to President Hosni Mubarak's rule. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • A protester holds an Egyptian flag as an army helicopter flies overhead thousands of anti-government protesters gathered for a sixth day at Tahrir square in Cairo January 30, 2011. Egyptian air force fighter planes buzzed low over Cairo on Sunday, helicopters hovered above and extra troop trucks appeared in a central square where protesters were demanding an end to President Hosni Mubarak's rule. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
    • Goran Tomasevic / Reuters - Men stand on top of an armored Egyptian Army vehicle during a protest in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egypt's president gave the first indication on Saturday he was preparing an eventual handover of power by naming a vice-president for the first time in 30 years after protests that have rocked the foundations of the state.
    • Mohammed Abed / AFP - Getty Images Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak shouts slogans on top of Egyptian Army tanks in Cairo on January 29, 2011.
    • Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images Protestors ride an armored personnel carrier towards the Nile on January 29, 2011 in Cairo. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets across Egypt in Cairo, Suez, and Alexandria to call for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak.
    • Ben Curtis / AP Egyptians carry an injured protester during clashes with anti-riot police in Cairo, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. Hundreds of anti-government protesters have returned to Cairo's central Tahrir Square, chanting slogans against Hosni Mubarak just hours after the Egyptian president fired his Cabinet but refused to step down.
    • Mohammed Abed / AFP - Getty Images Egyptians hellp an injured demonstrator during clashes with riot police in Cairo on January 29, 2011.
    • Edoardo Castaldo / AFP - Getty Images Egyptian demonstrators carry a wounded comrade shot by police during clashes near the central Tahrir square in Cairo on January 29, 2011. At least three people were killed during anti-regime protests in downtown Cairo. Medics at a mobile hospital told AFP as they tended to dozens of wounded.
    • Ben Curtis / AP An Egyptian anti-government activist kisses an Egyptian army officer in Tahrir square in Cairo on Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011.
    • Mohammed Abed / AFP - Getty Images An Egyptian civilian kisses an Army soldier after troops took position at major junctions in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Thousands of anti-regime demonstrators continue to pour onto Cairo's streets, demanding President Hosni Mubarak stand down the day after the veteran leader ordered the Army to tackle the deadly protests.
    • Yannis Behrakis / Reuters - A protester draped in an Egyptian flag climbs atop an army tank to shake hands with a soldier in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused on Saturday to bow to demands that he resign after ordering troops and tanks into cities in an attempt to quell an explosion of street protests against his 30-year rule.
    • Yannis Behrakis / Reuters Demonstrators celebrate atop an Army tank in Tahrir square during protests in Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused on Saturday to bow to demands that he resign after ordering troops and tanks into cities in an attempt to quell an explosion of street protests against his 30-year rule.
    • Protestors carry a man who was killed during clashes with riot police near Tahrir Square on Jan. 29, in Cairo - Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images .
    •   An Egyptian activist, wounded during clashes with police, poses with other protesters in Tahrir Square - Lefteris Pitarakis / AP .
    • Egyptians help a fellow demonstrater after fainting from tear gas inhalation during protests. - Marco Longari / AFP - Getty Images
    • Egyptian anti-government protesters wear police officers' berets as they sit atop an Egyptian army armored personnel carrier. - Ben Curtis / AP
    • Egyptian demonstrators chant slogans in front of army tanks stationed near the National Museum in downtown Cairo on Jan. 29. - Marco Longari / AFP - Getty Images
    • Egyptian men stand in front of graffiti against President Hosni Mubarek on a bridge in central Cairo, Jan. 29. - Chris Hondros / Getty Images
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    • Protesters have returned to the streets of the Egyptian capital, Cairo, for the fifth consecutive day, following violent overnight protests across the country staged in defiance of a curfew [AFP]
    • Mubarak ordered troops into Egyptian cities in an attempt to quell street fighting and growing protests [Reuters]
    • Mubarak responded by dismissing the government but he is refusing to step down [AFP]
    • Army tanks guard a road leading to Tahrir Square. - Lefteris Pitarakis / AP
    • An Egyptian army soldier smiles at protesters in Cairo on Friday. President Hosni Mubarak sent troops and armoured cars into Egyptian cities on Friday in an attempt to quell street fighting and mass protests demanding an end to his 30-year rule. Mubarak, facing a challenge that could send shock waves through the Middle East, declared a night-time curfew. But thousands stayed out on the streets of Cairo, Alexandria and Suez, epicenter of protests in the last four days; some thronged around mounted armoured cars, cheering and waving flags. -Amr Abdallah Dalsh / Reuters
    • In this image grab from Egyptian state television, President Hosni Mubarak addresses the nation in Cairo on Friday to announce sacking Egypt's government and vow to bring in democratic measures.- AFP - Getty Images
    • Injured anti-government activists are evacuated during clashes with the police in Cairo on Friday. - Ben Curtis / AP
    • Egyptian protesters throw stones and Molotov cocktails inside a police vehicle in Cairo. - Ahmed Ali / AP
    • An injured protester screams in pain during a demonstration in Cairo on Friday. Police and demonstrators fought running battles in a fourth day of unprecedented protests by tens of thousands of Egyptians. - Goran Tomasevic / Reuters
    • A protester displays a teargas canister during clashes in Cairo January 28, 2011. - Yannis Behrakis / Reuters
    • Protests also erupted in Alexandria, with dozens reportedly killed there. This scene is from Jan. 28.
    • AFP - Getty Images An Egyptian police officer uses a baton against demonstrators fleeing in a clowd of tear gas in Alexandria on Jan. 28.
    • AFP - Getty Images Egyptian riot police carry an injured comrade during clashes with demonstrators in Alexandria on Jan. 28.
    • Tarek Fawzi / AP In this photo taken Friday, Jan.28, a victim is carried on a stretcher in Alexandria, Egypt. Thousands of Alexandrians met Sunday Jan 30 to pray in downtown Alexandria, a Mediterranean port city that is a stronghold of the Muslim Brotherhood. After prayers, the crowd marched towards the city's old mosque to pray for the souls of those who died in the protests.(AP Photo/Tarek Fawzi)
    • AFP - Getty Images Egyptian demonstrators escort a riot police officer out of a neighborhood following heavy clashes in Alexandria on Jan. 28.
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