Anniversary of Mubarak's Fall Marked with Protests

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There were new protests in Egypt on the second anniversary of the fall of former President Hosni Mubarak.

Police dispersed the protestors with tear gas and water hoses outside the Presidential palace Monday.

Egyptians are angry over lack of political and economic reform under President Mohammed Morsi.

Instead, the administration has installed more hard-line Islamists and rammed through a constitution that favors Islam.

Morsi has also used tactics similar to the Mubarak regime, like trying to grab more control of the government and cracking down on protestors.

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