Friday brought news of more demonstrations around Egypt on the fourth day of protests against President Hosni Mubarak’s regime. More deaths were reported, but protesters also made some gains in their struggle against state power. Thanks to the often maligned 24-hour news cycle, not to mention the Internet, the whole world can watch the developments in Egypt’s streets, and you can, too — just follow the link below to watch the live coverage on Al-Jazeera English. –KA

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