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Egyptian protesters fought running battles with riot police outside the interior ministry in Cairo on the fifth day of demonstrations against military rule.

The violence continued despite Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, who has run the ruling military council since Hosni Mubarak was forced from power in February, promising a civilian president would be elected in June next year.

Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to keep the protesters out of the interior ministry, a sprawling complex in a street close to Tahrir Square, where thousands of people have been gathered since Friday.

The demonstrators, some of them using doors as makeshift shields, threw thousands of stones at the security forces.

A truce brokered by Muslim clerics stalled the fighting for a short time in the afternoon.
Both sides pulled back from the front-line street and state television broadcast footage showing army soldiers forming a human chain between the protesters and the police in a bid to stop the violence.

However, the violence resumed in the evening with a fresh barrage of gas canisters from the security forces and rocks thrown by the protesters.

Foreign affairs editor Tim Marshall, in Cairo, said: "Up near the interior ministry it is a world of explosions and fires and tear gas. You can feel the revolution in the air.

"Back in Tahrir Square you hear the chants and the depth of feeling.

"But go a little bit further out from there and you don't feel revolution is in the air, because the rest of Cairo is calm and most of Egypt is calm.

"At the moment the military is holding firm. They have made their offer and they are not about to resign en masse right now.

"I think the reason for that is they want more to time to engineer the electoral process to make sure they get their placemen in place so they can carry on and protect their economic interests."

Field Marshall Tantawi said in his televised address that he would appoint a new national salvation government to replace the much-criticised cabinet of Essam Sharif, which resigned on Sunday.

The decision to bring forward presidential elections followed a meeting between the army and politicians.

He also suggested a referendum on the immediate transfer of power to a civilian administration, but that suggestion was derided by the protesters.

Field Marshal Tantawi also confirmed Egypt's parliamentary elections would begin on Monday as planned. However, they will take until January to complete.

In further concessions, the government ordered the release of 312 protesters detained over the past days and instructed civilian prosecutors to take over an investigation into the death of 27 people, mostly Christians, in a protest on October 9.

British foreign secretary William Hague called on Egyptian authorities to respect the right of peaceful protest.

"I am deeply concerned by the unacceptable violence and loss of life which has taken place around Tahrir Square in Cairo and in other parts of Egypt," he said.

"I am particularly concerned by reports of dangerous forms of gas being used against protesters as well as live ammunition. Our thoughts are with all those who have been injured or bereaved."

The security forces have denied using live ammunition against the protesters but doctors say they have received patients with apparent bullet wounds and witnesses have reportedly found empty casings.

Shady el-Nagar, a doctor in one of Tahrir's field hospitals, said three bodies arrived in the facility on Wednesday. All three had bullet wounds.

"We don't know if these were caused by live ammunition or pellets because pellets can be deadly when fired from a short distance," he said.

Clashes were also reported in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, where hundreds of people protested outside the military headquarters.

Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, deplored the role of Egypt's security forces in attempting to crackdown on the demonstrations.
"Some of the images coming out of Tahrir, including the brutal beating of already subdued protesters, are deeply shocking, as are the reports of unarmed protesters being shot in the head," she said.

"There should be a prompt, impartial and independent investigation, and accountability for those found responsible for the abuses that have taken place should be ensured."

The US has also called for an end to the violence in the country.

White House spokesman Jay Carney said: "We are deeply concerned about the violence. The violence is deplorable. We call on all sides to exercise restraint."
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A banned chemical agent has reportedly been used by the Egyptian military as the brutal crackdown against tens of thousands of protesters has clouded prospects of a democratic transfer in the country.

Rashes, epileptic-type convulsions, temporary blindness and coughing up blood are among the symptoms being reported by Egyptian protesters who have fallen victim to a potentially lethal form of neuro-toxic nerve gas reportedly being deployed by security forces.

After almost a week of protests against the ruling military junta left some 41 people dead, several sources claim scores have died from gas asphyxiation, while thousands more have received medical treatment after possibly being exposed to an agent known as CR gas.

'It is some kind of neuro-toxic nerve gas,” doctor Mohamed Aden told , who usually works at the Cairo University hospitals, told the Australian daily, The Age. ''We are seeing people whose upper respiratory tract is in convulsion – we have to give them diazepam to relax the muscles to allow them to begin to breathe again.''

CR gas, which is up to 10 times more powerful than tear gas which is commonly used today, is no longer used by the United States due to its carcinogenic properties. The US military has categorized it as a combat-class chemical agent.

CR gas was used in the townships during anti-apartheid protests in South Africa in the 1980s, and Irish Republicans also claimed British security forces had used it against Republican detainees.

After a truce between the Egyptian military and demonstrators ushered in a nervous calm across the deeply shaken city on Thursday, the army which was once lauded for its role in toppling the regime of Hosni Mubarak is now widely believed to have turned against the Egyptian people.

Reacting to the increasingly militarized response of the security forces, former IAEA official and Egyptian presidential hopeful Mohammed El Baradei wrote via twitter

“Tear gas with nerve agent & live ammunition being used against civilians in Tahrir. A massacre is taking place.”

Some 40 people have also been treated for ruptured eyes after being shot with rubber bullets.

With such reports of widespread brutality increasingly galvanizing protesters, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces has promised to hasten the end of military rule, with a full transition to civilian government promised by June 2012.

However, with parliamentary elections scheduled to proceed on Monday, the military’s decision on Friday to appoint septuagenarian Kamal Ganzourito to lead a national salvation government has the city once again bracing for chaos on “Martyr’s Friday.”

Source : http://rt.com/news/nerve-gas-egypt-protest-199/

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sky news is fox news... can't believe them.. or so rain says

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sky news is fox news... can't believe them.. or so rain says
its not as bad as fox but very close. It is to british news what x factor is to the arts. Having said that they have some very ballsy reporters, many times I have been watching a report and found myself shouting at the TV "get behind something before you get killed you dumb bitch"

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the second article wasnt sky but RT
when i posted the article only sky news had anything i could find abou it.

but it's all over the media now if you do a news search

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bet the same persons that shot on the demonstrators half year ago are still in place and blindly following orders again nowadays.

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