by Patrick Appel

New video from the AP:

Robert Mackey is live-blogging. He translates:

Near the end of the clip, amid the chaos of the scattering crowd, a protester shouted directly into the camera lens: "We are saying enough for this regime! This is a corrupt regime!"

He also reports that journalists are being beaten:

Journalists working for The BBC and Al Jazeera have been beaten by the police in Cairo, the networks report. Minutes ago a heavily bandaged journalist for The BBC's Arabic service in Cairo described being brutally beaten with iron bars by plainclothes officers who seemed to be "targeting journalists," attempting to report on a protest by about 15,000 people in a square.

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