Coming up at 1030GMT we will hear from two protest camps in Cairo, where an operation is expected to begin to try and clear the thousands of pro-Morsi demonstrators that have been positioned there for over a month.
An interior ministry source said plans to break up the protest camps would begin around dawn, but there is as yet no sign of any police activity outside the Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque in eastern Cairo and at Nahda Square, to the west.
The Egyptian foreign minister, Nabil Fahmy, has told the BBC the demonstrations will have to end very soon because of the disruption they are causing. Mr Fahmy said the government was still hoping to resolve the situation through dialogue but if the police had to take action to clear the sit-ins, they would do so within the law.
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