Fires, smoke and tear gas as protesters remain on the streets in Cairo
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Egypt two years on: 'They have stolen our revolution'

Egyptian opposition supporters have been protesting in cities across the country on the second anniversary of the uprising that swept Hosni Mubarak from power.

In Cairo police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators from outside President Morsi's palace, while protesters set fire to the Muslim Brotherhood's headquarters in Ismalia.

Hany Ragy joined the protests in Tahrir Square several times two years ago. He told the BBC he had returned to Tahrir Square because "we feel our revolution has been stolen."

  • 25 Jan 2013
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