Crisis in Egypt: Interactive Map Plots Protests in Cairo
Tensions over President Hosni Mubarak's near 30-year regime came to head on Tuesday, Jan. 25, when tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets in several Egyptian cities.
Cairo has become a hotbed of violence. The once peaceful protests have turned into all out brawls between those who believe Mubarak's resignation would mean freedom from oppression, and those who fear they will lose everything if he steps down.
Click around on the interactive map to see places where both pro- and anti-Mubarak protesters have rioted with each other and clashed with police in and around Tahrir Square in Cairo.