An army tank guards in front of  anti-government protesters near the Egyptian television headquarters in Cairo street, Egypt, Friday, Feb. 11, 2011. Egypt's military threw its weight Friday behind President Hosni Mubarak's plan to stay in office through September elections while protesters fanned out to the presidential palace in Cairo and other key symbols of the authoritarian regime in a new push to force the leader to step down immediately. The statement by the Armed Forces Supreme Council its second in two days was a blow to many protesters who had called on the military to take action to push out Mubarak after his latest refusal to step down. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

An army tank guards in front of anti-government protesters near the Egyptian television headquarters in Cairo street, Egypt, Friday, Feb. 11, 2011. Egypt's military threw its weight Friday behind President Hosni Mubarak's plan to stay in office through September elections while protesters fanned out to the presidential palace in Cairo and other key symbols of the authoritarian regime in a new push to force the leader to step down immediately. The statement by the Armed Forces Supreme Council its second in two days was a blow to many protesters who had called on the military to take action to push out Mubarak after his latest refusal to step down. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

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