Anger and Violence Spill Into the Streets in Egypt - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Security forces in Egypt struggle to implement a restrictive new protest law. In Cairo supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi scattered into the side streets near a Presidential Palace seeking refuge from tear gas. Protesters put coloring in a public water fountain to simulate blood. In the nearby province of Giza, tear gas fills the streets as anger mounts over a controversial law adopted by the military backed government that severely restricts protest.



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