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Evening I'm Brett -- President Obama today warned Egypt that violence including attacks on protesters and journalists is unacceptable.
And said he was encouraged by the restraint shown today it was in fact today largely free of conflict on the streets.
As parties elsewhere laid out various scenarios for a transition of power.
Correspondent Leland -- begins our coverage live from Cairo where it is now 1 AM good morning we will.
Good morning rat from Cairo.
Good morning -- from Cairo day eleven of these protests in the protesters said today.
Was the day of -- -- trade deadline of sorts for President Mubarak to actually step down from office that hasn't happened.
State TV shows pictures behind me of the protesters still in the square and nobody knows where this thing is going.
-- -- -- Where they virtual street party replaced much of the violence not prayer square a stark difference in the past few days of the army's book dawn.
While drugs allegedly paid by president Mubarak's regime.
-- got protesters and journalists -- killing ten and injuring more than a thousand.
The violence seem too much for the regime and last night vice president Omar silly men -- promised com.
We were told -- he will not contain the virus sickened -- states.
But -- -- -- Austin didn't rule and who lost their parents love to move fast and didn't.
You come home ten.
And that thousands of anti government protesters gathered in the square but gave up on a promise to march to the president's house.
For the first time since the protests began a member of the government appeared -- -- -- square the defense minister arrived mid afternoon.
Checking on its troops while trying to keep the peace protesters say they will occupy the square for many days it -- ousted Egyptian president for the thirty year range.
However government officials say Mubarak has no intention of stepping down before his term runs out in September.
It's not just in Cairo in Alexandria protesters took to the street echoing the widespread discontent in the country over human rights.
Jobs in the economy which is winding to a halt would move to the country businesses closed and tourism virtual.
-- not exist.
He hasn't even stepped down from power or at the very least he has to transfer of power after everything that is happening in the country I have been sitting at home for years and I have a master's degree but I have no -- -- anything.
Westerners once again want to Cairo's international airport trying to leave the country we had that I've seen about three passes -- just got some sleep and lost weight.
We estimate it could be found beside -- SimCity.
Only this time next.
Each day these protests bring -- new surprise earlier in the week it was the extreme violence.
Today of course that's surprise.
What is the peace -- up here is in seven hours Saturday they're gonna have a little bit of an easing of the curfew restrictions and right now right no one knows.
Who holds the upper hand the president of thirty years.
Or of course those protesters who stay in the square -- They live better lives in Cairo Leland thank you sort.
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