**Egypt Army Deploys Tanks at Presidential Palace**
The Egyptian army has deployed tanks outside the presidential palace in Cairo Thursday following clashes between opponents and supporters of President Mohamed Morsi that have killed five people.
The army has stationed at least five tanks and two other armored vehicles outside the presidential complex. More than 350 people have been injured in the Egyptian capital during the two days of violence.
Reporting from the scene, VOA correspondent Elizabeth Arrott said the violence started Wednesday when Mr. Morsi's Islamist supporters attacked opposition demonstrators angered by the president's decree issued last month.
Arrott said most of the presidential supporters were men with beards, typical of members of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, while opponents of the president appeared younger and included some women.
**US Internet Security Pioneer Arrested in Guatemala**
U.S. technology entrepreneur John McAfee has been arrested in Guatemala for illegally entering the country. He fled there to avoid questioning in neighboring Belize about the murder of his neighbor.
Guatemala Interior Minister Mauricio Lopez Bonilla says McAfee was detained Wednesday in Guatemala City and taken to a residence belonging to the immigration department.
The 67-year-old McAfee fled Belize last month after the deadly shooting of fellow American Gregory Faull. He emerged in Guatemala earlier this week and announced he would seek asylum in the Central American country. He says his life will be in danger if he is sent back to Belize.