Nine Egyptians Hurt as Gunmen Fire at Cairo Protesters

Masked attackers start small fires with petrol bombs in Cairo's Tahrir Square, aiming to deter and prevent Morsi opponents from protesting on Tuesday afternoon.

Nine people were hurt when gunmen fired at protesters camping in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Tuesday, according to witnesses and Egyptian media, as opponents and supporters of President Mohammed Morsi's plans for a referendum on a new constitution geared up for a day of street demonstrations.