Egypt unrest: State is collapsing, says el Baradei
Nobel peace prize winner Mohammed el Baradei has said the Egyptian state is collapsing, as thousands of protesters continue their campaign against the military rulers.
Activists have called for a "million strong march" against what they see as the military's grab for more power.
Egyptian state television has shown what it says are three foreigners arrested for throwing molotov cocktails at security forces.
Jon Leyne, reporting from Cairo, says no one in Egypt seems to have "any concrete ideas for a way forward".
22 Nov 2011
- From the section Middle East