As Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak clings to power, his supporters have taken to the streets to stage counterprotests. (One victim of the clashes: CNN's Anderson Cooper, who was attacked by Mubarak partisans.) Events in Egypt are happening so quickly that it can be tough to stay on top of the developments. One way to avoid the information overload is to watch the live streams that have cropped up, allowing us to watch the action unfold.
Much of that action is taking place in Cairo's Tahrir Square, where protesters and government supporters have been exchanging rocks and firebombs.
Here, Surge Desk presents MSNBC.com's live stream. You can find other live streams from Al-Jazeera and ABC News.