Egypt crowds unmoved by Mubarak's vow not to run
President Hosni Mubarak defy a quarter-million protesters demanding he step down straight away, announce Tuesday he would dish up out the last months of his term and "die on Egyptian soil." He promise not to seek re-election, other than that did not calm public fury as clashes exploded between his opponents and group.

The activists, whose numbers multiplied in excess of tenfold in a single day Tuesday for their main rally yet, have be adamant they will not end their extraordinary week-old wave of unrest until their ruler for almost three decades goes.

Mubarak's halfway acknowledgment an end to his rule seven months down the road susceptible to inflame dissatisfaction and anger in the middle of protesters, who have been peaceful in current days.

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