January 30, 2011 / 3:42 PM / 8 years ago

Factbox - Security developments in Egypt, Jan 30

CAIRO (Reuters) - Following are security developments in Egypt as of 3:30 p.m. British time on Sunday, from Reuters witnesses or witnesses who spoke to Reuters, unless otherwise stated.

* denotes new or updated item.

CAIRO - Thousands are protesting in central Cairo demanding President Hosni Mubarak resign and dismissing his appointment of Vice President Omar Suleiman. “Hosni Mubarak, Omar Suleiman, both of you are agents of the Americans,” protesters shout.

CAIRO - Airport was jammed on Sunday morning with passengers eager to get out of the country, a witness said. Travellers clogged the airport cafe, occupied all seating available in the departure halls, and many just sat on the floor.

* ALEXANDRIA - Thousands are protesting in a major square in the city centre, demanded Mubarak quit.

ALEXANDRIA - Thousands of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood attend funeral of one of their members which turns into anti-government march.

MANSOURA - Thousands protesting in front of a governorate building, member of April six opposition movement in the Nile Delta city told Reuters.

DAMANHOUR - Thousands are protesting in the city, chanting in favour of the army and ask for President Hosni Mubarak to leave, an Egyptian journalist at location says.

SUEZ - About 300 protesters march down the main street.

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