Troops are on the streets in Cairo, shown in pictures from Amr Abdallah Dalsh.
Al Jazeera reporting that chief of staff of Egypt's armed forces, Lieutenant General Sami, is cutting short his visit to the U.S. and returning home immediately.
Photographer Amr Abdallah Dalsh captures the scale of the protests in Cairo.
Tweet from CNN correspondent on the ground Ben Wedeman: @bencnn Saw boys with massive seal of the republic looted from State TV. If this isn't the end, it certainly looks and smells like it. (15 minutes ago)
Al Jazeera now reporting that government officials and businessmen are fleeing Egypt in private jets.
Photographers Amr Abdallah Dalsh witnesses a protester kissing a police officer in Cairo.
Medical sources now telling Reuters 13 people killed in Suez during day of protests.
CNN reports Egypt's ruling party headquarter in Cairo has been burned and ransacked by protesters.
Latest casualty figures: Medical sources say 13 people killed in protests in Suez and 75 wounded; 1,030 wounded in Cairo, up from an earlier estimate of 870.
Now 11:34pm in Cairo. Two American tourists currently at hotel in downtown Cairo telling CNN that streets seem calmer at the moment.
A Reuters reporter has witnessed thousands of protesters in Cairo's central Tahir Square try to force their way towards the parliament building, but riot police fired rubber bullets and tear gas to force them back.
Al Jazeera says tanks have surrounded U.S. and British embassies in Cairo.
Various news sources reporting that an Egypt parliament speaker is due to make some kind of major announcement.
Egyptian state television reporting that President Mubarak is to give a speech shortly.
Egypt's President Mubarak addresses nation about protests and says he is determined to ensure the stability of Egypt.
President Mubarak says he is firmly committed to economic and political reform.
President Mubarak says what has happened is part of a scheme to destabilize the country.
President Mubarak asked government to resign and says will ask for a new government on Saturday.
Witnesses say Egyptian army takes control of Cairo's central Tahrir Square, protesters flee into side streets.
CNN reporters saying that Mubarak's speech has provoked protesters to return to the streets in Cairo and in Alexandria. Local time is now 12:49am Saturday morning.
Medical sources tell Reuters six killed in Alexandria.
Dramatic photos from the streets of Cairo after nightfall.
Also should be noted that Murabak gave no indication in his speech that he would resign.
White House spokesperson says President Obama to make statement on situation in Egypt shortly.
Obama calls on Egyptian authorities to refrain from violence, says this moment of "volatility" in Egypt must be turned into a moment of opportunity.
Obama says told Mubarak he has responsibility to keep his promise to deliver reforms and is committed to working with the Egyptian government and Egyptian people.