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Calling for Mubarak's 'Day of Departure'

February 4, 2011

Updated at 9:40 a.m. on February 4.

CAIRO—An anti-government protester shows a victory sign as he holds a stone in Tahrir Square.


CAIRO—Associated Press photographer Khalil Hanna becomes a victim of the violence he was covering on the 10th day of protests in Tahrir Square.

CAIRO—Egyptian soldiers watch protesters from behind barbed wire as they line up to get into Tahrir Square for what they called President Hosni Mubarak's "day of departure."

CAIRO—A shop in Tahrir Square is spray-painted with the word "Twitter" after the government shut off the Internet.

CAIRO—Protesters hold up the name of Egypt in Arabic.

CAIRO—An anti-government demonstrator holds his child aloft in Tahrir.

CAIRO—An Egyptian medic takes a nap on a sidewalk near a makeshift hospital set up in a mosque in the center of the conflict.

A woman protesting against Mubarkak uses a burned-out car to make a phone call on Thursday.

Anti-Mubarak protesters face their pro-regime opponents in Cairo's Tahrir Square, where crowds have gathered calling for the Egyptian president's ouster.

CAIRO—Egyptian pro-government demonstrators hide behind an army tank as they battle anti-government opponents in Tahrir Square. Mubarak supporters have been described as highly organized, but smaller in number than those protesting his staying in power.

CAIRO—As night falls on a day of violent clashes, anti-government protesters set up a barricade to protect themselves from pro-government forces.

CAIRO—Mubarak’s supporters joined the mix of demonstrators and security forces amid clashes on Wednesday.

CAIRO—Mubarak supporters shout slogans during a rally to show their allegiance for the embattled leader.

CAIRO--An anti-Mubarak demonstrator covers his head while calling for help. Protests turned violent Wednesday, following Mubarak's Tuesday night announcement that he would stay in power until the next election. Human rights advocates report that the death toll from the protests in Egypt may be as high as 300.

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