Young men throw rocks at soldiers in downtown Cairo on a third day of clashes.
Scenes of bloodied and injured protesters are familiar in Egypt's capital, where violence again erupted Friday after the military attempted to break up a sit-in outside parliament.
At least 10 people have been killed and hundreds wounded in this latest outbreak of clashes between protesters and soldiers.
Many have lost faith in the military rulers - once championed as the protectors of the revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak.
(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) DEMONSTRATOR, MOHAMED, SAYING:
"I am staying here until the military council and the field marshal leave. The field marshal must leave, and Hosni Mubarak must not be the one calling the shots, because right now, Hosni Mubarak is the one who is ruling."
The government continues to insist it's not using force against peaceful protesters.
But images of this veiled woman being exposed and beaten in Tahrir Square have provoked widespread anger.
Soldiers also burned tents as they cleared the square Saturday, leaving plumes of smoke in their wake.
Lindsey Parietti, Reuters