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-- this afternoon.
In Egypt the military is now warning that country's president.
We will intervene in the political crisis if you do not reach an agreement with the protest leaders.
And you have two days to get it done.
And enormous crowd of demonstrators upset -- more -- policies has gathered in Cairo's -- -- square again today calling for him to step down.
Yesterday millions of protesters took to the streets of Cairo and other cities across the nation.
While those demonstrations were mostly peaceful more than a dozen people did die including one American and -- look at this.
Ransacked they -- Quarters of more -- political organization in Cairo the Muslim Brotherhood.
Some critics say the Islam -- president has betrayed the country's 2011 revolution by giving too much power to himself and the Muslim Brotherhood.
So the people are fighting back.
Egypt of course is neighbors with Libya and Israel and what happens there could have an enormous impact across the region and around the world.
-- -- live from our mideast newsroom tonight Conor.
-- these are by far some of the largest protests we've seen in Egypt in the past two years now.
The opposition groups have called on the military to intervene and protect.
Some of the protesters to keep the violence -- a minimum.
Some but it's not clear if the opposition leaders really want the military involved in politics the military has long -- Mohamed Morsi in the Muslim Brotherhood and the army along with opposition leaders share one -- removing more -- But the military also wants stability for Egypt while the opposition wants new elections.
-- the military does intervene in the next 48 hours the opposition may not get what it wants the next 48 hours could bring stability could bring chaos.
But -- it will certainly not bring a conclusion to the ongoing political crisis in Egypt.
Got a report.
Syndicate Egypt's tourism industry has taken an enormous hit it was a very big part of Egypt's economy.
And has reportedly lost about two and a half billion dollars since the revolution started in January of 2011.
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