10:26pm in Egypt: Khalid Abdel Nasser, son of the former Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser, joined the protest in Tahrir Square today - Al Jazeera
Egypt's President Mubarak to announce he will have smooth transfer of power, and will serve the remainder of his term in office - Al Arabiya
Egypt's Mubarak addresses the nation as a "difficult time" and says nation is passing through a critical time.
Egypt's Mubarak confirms to seek constitutional reform that limits terms of presidency and widens field for potential candidates.
A group of Egypt's protesters reject Mubarak's speech in which he pledges reforms and to stay to end of term in September.
CNN correspondent saying on air that rage in crowd was "palpable" in the moments after Mubarak finished his speech.
Photographer Dylan Martinez captures dramatic reaction on the streets of Cairo following Mubarak's speech.
CNN reporting that that ElBaradei says Mubarak's offer to step down is a "trick."
12:15am in Egypt: Al Jazeera correspondent in the midst of Tahrir Square in Cairo, says that protesters are furious after Mubarak's "audacious" speech. He adds that the protesters are insisting that the army remove Mubarak from power - Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera reporting that anti-government protestors are fighting with Mubarak supporters in Alexandria. The report says shots were heard as a tank headed towards the trouble.
White House confirms that president Obama spoke to Mubarak for about 30 minutes today.
ElBaradei calls Mubarak speech "deception" reports CNN.
Turkish PM Erdogan says Egypt's Mubarak should take a different step - Turkish TV.
More than 1,600 Americans have left the country reports CNN.
Egyptian Armed Forces to make statement shortly – State TV.
Army asks Egyptians to return to normal life – State TV.
Egypt State TV says curfew hours shortened, start 5 p.m. to 7 a.m., compared to 3 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Egypt Internet starts working in Cairo, other cities - Users.
Egypt opposition coalition calls for continuation of protests in Tahrir, calls for big protest on Friday to demand Mubarak go now - Spokesman.