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Fox News alert now gonna take you live to Cairo Egypt new violence erupting already today in that capital city.
-- Protesters storming -- Cairo headquarters of president Mohamed more sees Muslim Brotherhood group.
In an attack that could spark even more violence -- millions gear up for a second day of nationwide rallies.
Aimed at forcing the Islamist leader out.
Of power he's had that job for about a year -- pals live in Jerusalem watching all this now what -- the protesters.
Demanding their -- Ability -- -- some of the largest protests we've seen in Egypt's in mind -- Both anti government in pro government groups turned out to take part in these demonstrations now.
It's primarily secular egyptians -- Christians who make up the ball with the opposition -- are angry and frustrated with president Mohamed -- and then -- Muslim Brotherhood party they want more -- who resigned.
In -- given him until 5 PM to do so vowing war protests and demonstrations if he does not.
Opposition -- seem more -- failed to fix Egypt's struggling economy and that he and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Have current religious freedom force -- a conservative Islamic agenda on Egypt.
Most of yesterday's protests were actually fairly peaceful until late last night early this morning that's when things got really violence.
Hundreds of people were injured across Egypt and there were reports.
Of several deaths -- they have not been confirmed there also reports of some sexual assaults and -- square.
This could get very nasty and very violent built this continues.
He was elected.
Does it appear that president -- -- has any indication he's thinking about stepping down -- -- -- -- keep in mind bill he was elected just a year ago and he's refusing to step down saying that he's democratically elected he has the right to stay in power despite these protests.
-- so far he is refusing to step down though he's taken a softer tone.
During these demonstrations than he has in past demonstrations.
Morsi however is staying out of the public but his supporters have taken to the streets.
They were out in NASA last night media the protesters you tell us they were actually pro Morsi supporters.
They also tried to defend the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters that was attacked and -- today.
Now four and non Muslim Brotherhood in ministers did resign today an apparent support for the protesters.
Right now the Egyptian military is refusing to step in and to intervene.
That isn't clear if people if they can continue to avoid being part of all of this there are a lot of calls -- -- to step in and do something but.
-- keep -- -- even if the military intervenes and somehow over throws or forces -- to step down.
That won't end -- divide in Egypt this is a really divided country.
Morsi could be replaced but the protest will likely continue for a long period of time bill has some in the whole world is watching Conner Powell thank you on the ground there -- our Middle East.
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