Egypt's most famous democratic system advocate took up a bullhorn Sunday and called for President Hosni Mubarak to leave, speaking to thousands of protester who defied a blackout for a third night. Fighter jets streaked low in the clouds and police return to the capital's streets high-profile displays of right over a circumstances spiraling out of organize.
Nobel Peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei's outer shell in Tahrir, or Liberation, Square underscore the jockeying for control of the mass protest movement that erupt outwardly out of nowhere in the past week to shake the Arab world's the majority crowded nation.
Now in their sixth day, the protests have come to be centered in the square, where demonstrators have camped since Friday. Up to 10,000 protesters gather there Sunday, and even after the 4 p.m. curfew, they number in the thousands, counting families with young children, address Mubarak with their chants of "Leave, leave, leave."
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