The streets in Egypt have been erupting for days. YouTube video has been a reliable source of news and images from Egypt. Here's a look at some amazing moments caught live.
2/3/11: Cairo Square Chaos Intensifies, Violence Spreads
Protesters and regime supporters fought in a second day of rock-throwing battles at a central Cairo square while new lawlessness spread around the city.
2/3/11: Raw Video: Lawlessness on the Streets of Cairo
Fire and looting have broken out against several buildings around Cairo in new fighting following a day of clashes in central Cairo between anti-government protesters and regime backers
2/2/11: Heavy Gunfire Erupts in Cairo Protest Square
Violence raged overnight in Cairo's Tahrir Square, with fighting between anti- and pro-government forces escalating throughout the day.
2/2/11: Raw Video: Dramatic New Images of Cairo Violence
Egyptian Health Minister Ahmed Sameh Farid says one person was killed when he fell off a bridge, and 596 have been injured in pitched battles between government supporters and opponents in Cairo's main square.
2/2/11: Cairo Chaos as Mubarak Backers, Opponents Clash
Using stones, horses, and fists, supporters and opponents of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak were clashing in the capital, Cairo, on Wednesday. The chaos followed the military's appeal for calm.
2/1/11: Egypt Protest: Masses Rally to Oust Mubarak
More than a quarter-million people flooded into Cairo Tuesday, filling the city's main square in the largest demonstration by far in a week of unceasing demands for President Hosni Mubarak to leave office.
2/1/11: Scenes From Tahrir Square, Part 2
Another round of images from Tuesday's historic protest in Tahrir Square.
2/1/11: Scenes From Tahrir Square
Video from the massive protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
2/1/11: Thousands Escape Egyptian Prisons
Egypt's antigovernment uprising has also seen lawlessness and looting in several cities. As the police abandoned their posts, thousands of prisoners were set free across the country in a series of mass jailbreaks.
1/31/11: Voices From Tahrir Square
Al-Jazeera's Web journalists in Cairo visit the heart of Egypt's ongoing protest movement the night before what organizers hope will be the biggest demonstration yet.
1/31/11: Police Attack Praying Egyptians
New pictures have emerged of Friday's clashes between protesters and police on a Nile bridge that connects to Cairo's main square.
1/31/11: Raw Video: Egypt Protesters Step Up Pressure
Thousands of Egyptians gathered in central Cairo on Monday, joining many who had spent the night sprawled on the grass or in colorful tents.
1/31/11: Raw Video: Mubarak Swears In New Cabinet
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak swore in a new cabinet on Monday, replacing one dissolved as a concession to unprecedented antigovernment protests, but retaining some ministers in their posts.
1/30/11: Where in the World Is Gamal Mubarak?
There has been a great deal of speculation over the man who was widely expected to succeed Hosni Mubarak.
1/30/11: Raw Video: Crowds Defy Curfew in Cairo
Thousands of protesters defied an evening curfew in Cairo on Saturday, and police opened fire at a funeral procession for a protester. Later, looting and arson continued overnight as the police disappeared from the streets of the capital.
1/30/11: Antigovernment Protests Continue in Egypt
A collection of video images from Sunday's protests across the embattled country.
1/29/11: Protesters Hold Funeral Procession in Cairo
A funeral procession for a victim moved through Tahrir Square during protest.
1/28/11: Egyptian Military Protects President
Mubarak's presidential-guard unit is swarmed as it heads towards state TV station in Cairo.
1/28/11: Torching Vehicles After Curfew
President Hosni Mubarak has ordered a nighttime curfew across the entire country, and the military has entered Cairo, Suez, and Alexandria, but protesters continued to express their anger with the government by torching security vehicles and the headquarters of the ruling party.
1/28/11: Egyptian Police Hold Fire During Prayer
Riot police cease their fire to allow worshipers to perform evening prayers in Cairo.
1/28/11: Protests Flood Streets
Thousands of Egyptian antigovernment protesters in Cairo clashed with police, who fired rubber bullets into crowds and used tear gas and water cannons to disperse crowds. This is the biggest challenge to President Hosni Mubarak's 30 year-rule.
1/28/11: Egypt Protests With Jamal Elshayyal in Suez
Protests have erupted in cities across Egypt following Friday midday prayers, with angry demonstrators demanding an end to Hosni Mubarak's 30-year presidency. Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets across the country.
1/28/11: Egypt's 'Friday of Wrath'
Egypt's government failed to stop protesters' planned "Friday of wrath," and are clashing with thousands of demonstrators who have converged even without Internet or cell-phone access.
Fresh Protests Erupt in Egypt
Protests have erupted in cities across Egypt following Friday midday prayers, with angry demonstrators demanding an end to Hosni Mubarak's 30-year presidency. Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets across the country. Al-Jazeera continues its coverage of what many say are unprecedented protests.
1/28/11: Map of Protests in Cairo
Violent protests have spread across the Egyptian capital, Cairo, and other Egyptian cities as tens of thousands of demonstrators intensified their campaign to oust President Hosni Mubarak. Protesters have been pouring out from mosques after noon prayers on Friday and clashing with police, who fired tear gas, rubber bullets, and water cannons to disperse the crowds. This video explains the geographic spread of Cairo protests.
1/28/11: Raw Video: Protests in Egypt Turn Violent
The Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of violent chaos on Friday, when tens of thousands of antigovernment protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas, and water cannons.
1/28/11: Egypt Clashes: Police and Protesters Face Off
Protesters in Cairo clash with police on the fourth day of antigovernment demonstrations.
1/28/11: Police and Protesters Clash in Cairo
Al-Jazeera is reporting live from Cairo, covering the ongoing and unprecedented protests in Egypt's capital. In this clip, police fire barrages of tear gas at protesters gathered in front of the high-end Ramses Hilton hotel.
1/27/11: Mass Egypt Antigovernment Protest Planned
Egyptian activists protested for a third day as social-networking sites called for a mass rally in the capital, Cairo, after Friday prayers, keeping up the momentum of the country's largest antigovernment protests in years.
1/27/11: Raw Video: Man Shot in Protest
Violence escalated in two cites outside the Egyptian capital Cairo on Thursday as antigovernment protests continued to grip the country and challenge President Hosni Mubarak's regime.
1/27/11: Egypt Protests Fueled by Social Networking
The ongoing uprising in Egypt is being fueled by communication through social-networking websites. Elizabeth Palmer reports on a movement born in a virtual world.
1/26/11: Violent Protests in Egypt
Amjad Atallah, codirector of the Middle East Task Force at the New America Foundation, discusses the violent protests in the streets of Egypt. Antigovernment activists are demanding that longtime President Hosni Mubarak step down.
1/26/11: Egyptians Defy Security Clampdown
A security crackdown in Egypt, after fury over poverty and inequality, led to the biggest antigovernment rallies in decades against the 30-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak. Egyptian police moved in on groups of protesters in Cairo and Suez on Wednesday, enforcing a ban on demonstrations enacted following mass rallies a day earlier. Hundreds of people had gathered at the headquarters of the journalists' syndicate before police moved in, firing tear gas to break up the rally.
1/26/11: Cairo Riots Against President
Egypt flooded the streets of Cairo with riot police after antigovernment protestors started fires and damaged property.
1/26/11: Clinton Calls for Calm, Restraint in Egypt
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday urged the Egyptian government to not prevent peaceful protests or block communications, including social-media sites like Facebook and Twitter, as antigovernment demonstrations continued.
1/25/11: Raw Video: Mass Protest Against Egypt Leader
Thousands of antigovernment protesters clashed with riot police on Tuesday in the center of Cairo in a Tunisia-inspired demonstration to demand the end of Hosni Mubarak's nearly 30 years in power.