January 31 2011
Foreign governments are urging their citizens to leave Egypt as the seventh day of unrest began Monday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Demonstrators reportedly spent all night in Cairo's Tahrir Square chanting against the rule of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
Opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei has vowed that change will come to Egypt, the BBC reported.
Few police have been seen in Cairo but the military has stepped up its presence.
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