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What has really been happening on the streets of Cairo, and who are these pro-Hosni Mubarak 'supporters' who have suddenly emerged, after many days of genuine protest, to throw rocks and hand-bombs at citizens and demonstrators alike?
Mubarak backers have attacked protesters against the Egyptian regime in Tahrir Square, Cairo, but so far do not seem to have quelled the demonstrators.
Organisers of a rally for peaceful change in Egypt say they hope one million people will come on to the streets in the biggest show of opposition to Mubarak yet.
Embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has named a vice president for the first time since coming to power nearly 30 years ago.
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