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"You have taken back your rights and what we have begun cannot go back...We have one main demand -- the end of the regime and the beginning of a new stage, a new Egypt...I bow to the people of Egypt in respect. I ask of you patience, change is coming in the next few days..."
"The United States is "losing credibility by the day" in calling for democracy in Egypt while continuing to support Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, leading dissident Mohammad ElBaradei said on Sunday. "You are losing credibility by the day. On one hand you're talking about democracy, rule of law and human rights, and on the other hand you're lending still your support to a dictator that continues to oppress his people," ElBaradei told US network CBS from Cairo."
10:37pm Opposition leaders are saying that negotiations will not be conducted with Mubarak but with the army, which maintained a heavy presence throughout the country on Sunday. Protesters are still calling for the resignation of the president. Maajid Nawaz, executive director of the Quilliam Foundation, tells Al Jazeera that Mubarak is a liability to Western allies and to his political friends within Egypt.
9:52pm Local Egyptian television reports police redeployments in certain Cairo neighborhoods. Our staff is on its way to investigate.
8.27pm An Al Jazeera correspondent says that protesters at Tahrir Square have spelled “Down w/ Mubarak” with their bodies. He also reported that bringing down the Mubarak government remains the main demand of the movement.
@nolanjazeera Dan Nolan: Volleys of gunfire ringing out over #Cairo right now. Sounds like area near Interior Ministry? Another sleepless night for #Egypt 1 hour ago
@bencnn Ben Wedeman: In last 5 days haven't seen any major expressions of political Islam. It's not there, armchair "terrorism" experts. Move on. #Jan25 #Egypt 1 hour ago
@bencnn Ben Wedeman: So far quieter in Maadi that Saturday night. Sporadic gunfire. Neighborhood patrol seems well organised. #Jan25 #Egypt 3 hours ago
Army keeping people more confined. Some gunshots nearby. #jan25
#egypt protesters at Tahrir Sq spelled “Down w/ Mubarak” w/ their bodies. Bringing down govt remains main demand of the ppl’s mvmt #jan25
The Illinois Guard’s 2nd Battalion, 123rd Field Artillery Regiment deployed to Egypt in May. It is part of an international peacekeeping force overseeing the terms of the 1979 peace treaty between Egypt and Israel.
ElBaradei joins thousands at central Cairo protest (Reuters)
Despite ban, Al Jazeera continues to broadcast from Egypt (Army Radio)
Report: Egypt police to resume duties Monday (Reuters)
Oman claims to uncover anti-government UAE spy network (Reuters)
Egypt protester: We don't want war with Israel; we just want democracy (Haaretz)
Gaza residents fear gas pipe from Egypt will be cut off (Ch. 10)
Muslim Brotherhood cleric says Egypt protest casualties are 'martyrs' (Ch. 10)
Egypt announces it will extend curfew to start at 3 P.M. (Reuters)
Mubarak meets with military officials in bid to secure PM status (Reuters)
Report: U.S. Defense Secretary spoke with Egyptian counterpart (Reuters)
Venezuelan President Chavez: U.S. role in Egypt crisis 'shameful' (Reuters)
Mubarak instructs new PM to cut prices, doesn't mention political reform (Reuters)
U.S. Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff praises Egyptian military's 'professionalism' (Reuters)
Anti-Mubarak protesters gather outside Egyptian embassy, consulate in Turkey (AP)