Egypt: "Friday of Deliverance" / by Justin Merriman

  Protesters marched on the presidential palace in Cairo's Heliopolis district on Friday, a day that some are calling the, "Friday of Deliverance." Across Egypt, anti-government protests took to the streets in marches, calling for the "demands of the revolution." The demonstrators are calling for the dismissal of the current government, dissolution of the Shura Council, an independent judiciary, as well as other demands. As night fell over Egypt, violence again spilled into the streets leaving a climbing death count and adding to the more than 1,000 people injured. To read more about today's events, read Betsy Hiel's coverage in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.