11/21/12: The Miami Herald reports Egyptian protesters firebombed one of the offices of satellite broadcaster Al-Jazeera on Wednesday and attacked a police chief who tried to negotiate an end to three days of violent protests in central Cairo. The protesters hit the studio overlooking Tahrir Square with Molotov cocktails, engulfing it in flames. Reporter Ahmed el-Dassouki said around 300 protesters approached the building before noon, shouting obscenities, and set the place on fire, stormed the building, and looted the studio. “They accuse our network of being biased and not objective,” he said. Many protesters have accused the channel of supporting the country’s most powerful political force, the Muslim Brotherhood. After the attack, a crowd beat up Cairo Police Chief Osama el-Saghir, who had traveled to Tahrir Square to diffuse the situation.