Arabic news organization Al Jazeera has put up a live stream (in English) of the protests in Cairo, Egypt.

The live stream can be freely accessed here.

 

The footage contains some amazing shots of the protests with commentators and reporters discussing the situation.

 

Currently, one commentator said Egypt will wake up a completely different country tomorrow and that things will fundamentally change.

 

Al Jazeera, which means 'The Island' in Arabic, is headquartered in Qatar, one of the wealthiest countries in the Arab world.

 

It's the largest Arabic-language news network and by many measures the most credible.

 

Known for their relatively truthful reporting, they are frequent targets of repressive regimes. Since its inception in 1994, it's had its share of run-ins with the governments of Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Iraq, and Egypt.

 

There are some unconfirmed reports on Twitter that the police are either in the building of Al Jazeera's Egyptian office or have already entered the office.