Lugares de interés (POIs) del Mapa
Around 100 people were protesting on Friday evening in Mahalla, an industrial Nile Delta town that has been the site of some of the country's largest labor protests, Al Jazeera Arabic reported.Más sobre Mahalla
Around 15,000 protesters in Luxor, a major tourist destination, marched toward the local government office and were dispersed by security forces firing tear gas. Más sobre Luxor
Thousands of protesters set fire to the headquarters of the ruling National Democratic Party in this town, Al Jazeera Arabic has reported.Más sobre Damietta
Around 40,000 protesters in this working-class Nile Delta city have attempted to destroy the local offices of the ruling National Democratic Party, Al Jazeera Arabic has reported.Más sobre Mansoura
Thousands of protesters in this important port city at the Suez Canal's entrance to the Red Sea have taken over the main Arbaeen Square, Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reported.Más sobre Suez
They took over the main police station there and set free those who had been arrested over the past several days of protests, Elshayyal said.
Around 600 protesters clashed with police in this eastern city, the birthplace of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Reuters news agency has reported.Más sobre Ismailia
6: Port Said
Thousands have protested in this city at the mouth of the crucial Suez Canal, Al Jazeera Arabic has reported.Más sobre Port Said
In Egypt's capital, a strong security presence has dispersed crowds of thousands throughout the city. The government's objective appears to be to keep crowds from massing, especially in the central Tahrir Square. Más sobre Cairo
Footage from Cairo showed police firing barrages of tear gas at protesters gathered in front of the high-end Ramses Hilton hotel.
At least 10 separate demonstrations have broken out in Alexandria. Most recently, Al Jazeera's Rawya Rageh witnessed around 100 protesters marching down the coastal highway, chanting that the government of Hosni Mubarak is "illegitimate."Más sobre Alexandria