ElBaradei fears Egypt protests will turn more 'bloody'

The Egyptian government reopened the pyramids to tourists on the pretence that things were getting back to normal.

But more than two weeks on, the president is still in office and the protests demanding he quit are not weakening.

Newsnight's Jeremy Paxman spoke to the man who has been the focus of much of the dissent, the Egyptian opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei, and asked how much longer the protests could last.

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