A day after an unparalleled display of public rage at Egypt's government and full-throated cries for the ouster of its longtime president, the country's security forces made their own potent presence felt on
the angry streets.
Police turned water cannons and tear gas on protesters in the early hours of Wednesday morning to try to break up anti-government demonstrations as the Interior Ministry warned it "will not allow any
provocative movement or a protest or rallies or demonstrations."
In the heart of Cairo, where people were being beaten with sticks and fists and demonstrators were being dragged away amid tear gas. Witnesses saw security forces harassing journalists and photographers.FULL STORY