Thousands of pro-democracy protesters in Egypt making Cairo's Tahrir Square their home until their demands of the faster root out of President Hosni Mubarak and removal of the military rule are met. There is high rage among protester over the merciless killing of those protesters who ousted Housni Mubarak.

They have set up camp in the center of the square in what has become known among them as Tent City. The show of force began after a major demonstration Friday in the square.

Protesters chant anti-military rule slogans while carrying a big Egyptian flag at Saad Zaghloul Square in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, 230 km (140 miles) north of Cairo, July 12, 2011. In Alexandria, demonstrators chanted slogans against the army and against the prime minister. ''Sharaf, Sharaf go resign and kiss the Field Marshal's hands,'' they said.