Cairo’s Tahrir Square is currently the site of its second series of major protests in less than three years, and a Telegraph live stream is giving viewers an inside look at the chaos.

Tahrir Square, which lies in the heart of Cairo, served as the starting location for the Egyptian protests of 2010-11, which led to the deposition of former President Hosni Mubarak and the beginning of the Arab Spring. Now, on the one year anniversary of the election of new President Mohammad Morsi, thousands of protesters have once again taken to the square to express their displeasure with Morsi’s alleged abuse of power. Right now, the live stream is mostly capturing a lot of noise and waving flags.

Telegraph is also cutting individual videos from the massive demonstration, including speeches from fiery protest leaders demanding that Morsi step down.

The leaders of the protest have given the government until July 3rd to agree to a compromise, so unless Morsi breaks, there could be some fireworks coming from the live feed over the next few days. In the interim, expect plenty more shouting, cheering, and angry speeches.

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