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Some protesters in Tahrir are calling for a sit-in to follow the Friday rally until the protesters’ demands are met. It was not clear if that would go ahead but dozens of tents were erected in the square.
In the southern city of Assiout, hundreds of protesters set up a tent camp in a main city square to prepare for a sit-in for the first time in the conservative south.
In an unusual show of anger in southern Egypt, the protesters chanted against the military council. “They removed and brought the (head of the military council) field Marshal. That means there is no change,” the protesters shouted.
In the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, scores of protesters gathered outside the hospital where Mubarak is under arrest, demanding to see proof that he is inside. “Hosni, Get Out!” the protesters shouted, amid tight security presence.
In an attempt to defuse public anger, a prosecutor on Thursday charged 25 Mubarak-era officials with manslaughter, attempted murder and assault for their part in organizing a February attack on anti-regime protesters in which assailants on horses and camels charged into the crowds.
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