Egypt's 'Second Revolution': Violence Might Escalate

Demonstrators gather in Tahrir Square demanding military rulers hand over power.
1:10 | 11/22/11

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Transcript for Egypt's 'Second Revolution': Violence Might Escalate
One million people planned in Cairo's. Famous some would say infamous tahrir square the epicenter of the revolt -- here that toppled President Hosni Mubarak. Today egyptians are demanding the military rulers step aside. And -- control of the government over the civilian leaders dozens of people have already been killed in fierce clashes with police. Throwing rocks and firing tear gas at officers and there are now real concern for this violence will only escalate. ABC's llama Hasan has caught in the middle of it all. This morning. We can see people always -- they have. After the golden highlights the army has been firing coaches can't -- -- -- you can see them wearing gas -- To protect themselves they -- for -- -- did not mark today and every magnet therapy and as -- -- thought that had more on the way bottom line is they want limited need to go out they want committed to hand over power to civilian led government. Llama -- just moments ago now in the crowds there are reports. That three Americans have been arrested accused of throwing Molotov cocktails at police no official word from the -- of course we'll keep you posted all morning long.

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