WINONA, Minn. --Six Winona State University students are trying to return from Egypt for fall semester.
A Winona State University spokesperson says at least one student boarded a plane bound for Minnesota on Friday.
Four in all were scheduled to fly back Friday morning, but there's no word yet on whether the other three made their flights. Two additional students in Egypt are still making plans to return.
It's believed hundreds of protesters have now left a mosque in Cairo.
Early Saturday morning video shows military forces entering the mosque to speak with demonstrators.
The live television feed showed that security forces did not interfere with protesters leaving the mosque.
The same mosque was used Friday by the Muslim Brotherhood as a makeshift morgue and hospital during a day of deadly clashes.
The group held a so-called "day of anger" in defiance of a government emergency declaration.
Estimates of Friday's death toll in Cairo range from 17 to 54.
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