Thousands Protest Military Rule in Tahrir Square

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Egyptian protesters run for cover during clashes with riot police at Cairo's landmark Tahrir Square on November 20, 2011. Several hundred Egyptians occupied Cairo's Tahrir Square with sporadic clashes (KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/Getty Images/Getty)

A day after Egypt's civilian cabinet submitted its resignation to the transitional ruling Supreme Council of Armed Forces, thousands of Egyptians protested on in Tahrir Square Tuesday. In the largest demonstrations since the uprising that put down former President Hosni Mubarak, the protests, now in their fourth day, has brought a violent crackdown from Egypt's military rulers. BBC correspondent Wyre Davies is in Tahrir Square and reports on the latest.

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Wyre Davies

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