Egypt unrest enters third day, ElBaradei to return
Activists annoying to expel Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak played cat-and-mouse with police on the streets into the early on hours of Thursday, as unparalleled protests against his 30-year rule enter a third day.

Prominent reform activist Mohamed ElBaradei, who lives in Vienna, was predictable to go back to Egypt on Thursday, an influx that could rouse protest that so far have lacked a leader.

At least three protesters and one policeman have died in clash since they erupt on Tuesday. The protests, encouraged by a popular revolt in Tunisia and exceptional during Mubarak's strong-handed rule, have seen police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at demonstrators throw rocks and petrol bombs.

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