Nov 25 - Egypt's military police fire shots into the air to disperse crowds of protesters in Ismailia city. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Egypt's military police dispersed crowds of protesters in the north-eastern city of Ismailia on Friday (November 25). Inspired by thousands at Cairo's Tahrir Square, the protesters were calling for an end for the military rule and calling for an immediate transfer of power to a civilian presidential council. The hardcore protesters lit up car tyres and threw Molotov Cocktails in a battle with conscripts of the military police. The military police forces fired into the air and captured dozens of protesters.