Uprising: Army on Streets of Egypt

Things are moving so fast it’s difficult to know exactly what’s happening.

This first clip, from Al Jazeera, shows protesters overcome by tear gas (at about 2:00 minutes):

And here’s the scene from the Qasr al-Nil bridge near Tahrir Square in Cairo. Students push back riot police:

And from yesterday, dramatic footing of a man being shot during protests, and Vice President Biden’s interview on PBS: “Protests Escalate in Egypt – U.S. Stands by in Realpolitik Mode.”

More from Michelle Malkin, “Uprising in Egypt“:

They’re calling it “Angry Friday.” Protesters in Egypt may have been cut off from the Internet, but information will always find a way to free itself. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is presiding over a violent crackdown against opponents who have joined a region-wide revolt against autocracy …

Also, at Wall Street Journal, “Egypt Deploys Military On Cairo’s Streets” (via Memeorandum).

And don’t miss the BREAKING COVERAGE THROUGHOUT THE EVENING.

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