95 People Dead in Egypt: Wikipedia
Multiple and widespread protests continued, with protesters primarily calling "Down with Mubarak". Some chants of "the people and the army are one" were also heard, as the position of the army in the course of events continued to be critical but not entirely clear. Around 1-2:00 pm local time, approximately 50,000 people had gathered in Tahrir Square, 10,000 in Kafr-al-Sheikh, and additional protests throughout Egypt. At about 1:00pm a curfew was announced by the army for major cities from 4:00pm to 8:00am. The 6:00pm police curfew the previous day had "almost no effect whatsoever", reported Al Jazeera English, and protesters continue to descend on Tahrir Square.
Protesters were described by reporters as more confident than the previous day and earlier, and even celebratory as they felt they were nearing their objective of the end of Mubarak's presidency, although without any tangible evidence of its happening.
As of 29 January, more than 95 people are known to have died, many or most of them shot, based on body counts at morgues.