JUNE 29 - Dozens of protesters wake up to a calm morning in Cairo's Tahrir Square after a night of protests in Cairo and clashes in other Egyptian cities. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
Dozens of opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi woke up in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Saturday after the first night of their open-ended sit in. Protesters want Mursi and the Muslim Brotherhood which propelled him to power to leave. The sit-in comes just ahead of mass demonstrations called for June 30th. Protesters set up anti-Muslim Brotherhood posters in Tahrir Square, saying the group was destroying the country. One group of young protesters had brought along a guitar to their sit-in demonstration, singing for Mursi to 'leave'.