(Reuters) - Hundreds of supporters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood stormed a government building in Cairo on Thursday and set it ablaze, as fury over a security crackdown on the Islamist movement that killed hundreds of people spilled on to the streets.
In Alexandria, Egypt's second largest city, hundreds marched to protest against Wednesday's violent breakup of Brotherhood sit-ins in the capital, prompting nationwide violence in which at least 525 people died and thousands were wounded.
"Cleanup begins at Cairo's Rabaa sit-in" via Reuters
President Obama speaks on Egypt (the White House's Youtube account doesn't have the official video up yet).
Raw footage of the violent clashes in Egypt yesterday via AP
Al Jazeera English Live via Youtube (source)
CBC Live (in Arabic) -the live feed might shut down soon (source)