Cairo: Second day of deadly clashes in Tahrir Square
At least three Egyptians were killed and others were wounded in the deadliest clashes in Cairo's Tahrir Square since January 28 during the protests to topple the regime of President Hosni Mubarak. Eyewitnesses spoke about heavy clashes Sunday between Egyptian security forces and protestors for the second day in a row.
The demonstrators have been demanding the military junta to announce a date to hand power to an elected government.
According to the AP, the police on Sunday were using tear gas against several thousand protesters in and around Tahrir square. On Saturday at least two people were killed and hundreds wounded in similar clashes in Tahrir Square and other cities.