It's clear from various video footage that large crowds of protesters are defying the overnight curfew.
That imminent public address supposedly coming from Mubarak an hour or so ago still hasn't happened.
Egyptian state television reporting that overnight curfew has been extended to all cities in the country.
Medical sources are telling Reuters that there are now 410 wounded in Cairo, some of them with bullet wounds.
CNN says police station in Alexandria has been set on fire.
AP reporting that thousands of protesters are trying to storm the foreign ministry and state TV buildings in Cairo.
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chant, "The people and the army, we are one."
Al Jazeera reporting that the offices of the ruling NDP in Cairo and several other cities in Egypt have been set on fire or attacked.
CNN reporting that "treaded tanks" now on streets of Cairo. As in, a more heavy-duty military vehicle than seen so far.
Photographer Asmaa Waguih captures the protester's anger with President Mubarak.
Al Arabiya TV correspondent says that protesters have stormed the Egyptian state television building. As of now station is still broadcasting.
Medical sources telling Reuters that total number of wounded has reached 870. It's now 8:30pm local time in Cairo.
AP reporting that Egypt national carrier has suspended Cairo departures for 12 hours and that other international flights canceled
Tear gas surrounds protesters and photographer Asmaa Waguih.
Medical sources telling Reuters that at least five people have died in protests.
A minister in Israel Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's government has told Time magazine reporter Karl Vick that Israel believes Egypt's security forces will be able to suppress the protesters.
CNN's Ben Wedeman says "normal functions of Egyptian state don't seem to be working at the moment."
However Wedeman adds that the streets in Cairo seem calmer now. Local time is 9:07pm.
White House briefing on Egypt situation has been delayed. Mubarak still hasn't spoken publicly as he promised to do over three hours ago.
Photographer Yannis Behrakis captures the dramatic events on the streets of Cairo.
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Head of opposition Wafd party says Egypt needs a period of transitional rule, new parliamentary elections and amendments to the constitution so a president can stand for only two six-year terms.
Some European airlines have modified their schedules today for flights to and from Egypt and have cancelled some services due to the curfew in Cairo.
AP is reporting the U.S. is reviewing its $1.5 billion in aid to Egypt based on events that are unfolding in the country
White House briefing on Egypt situation happening at 3 p.m. EST.
Delta Air Lines has suspended service to Cairo indefinitely as a result of the civil unrest in Egypt, the company said on its Twitter site
Dramatic images of the ruling party's headquarters burning in Cairo from Asma Waguih.