Hundreds of Egyptian demonstrators marked the second anniversary of the country's Arab Spring revolution, which saw the ouster of strongman Hosni Mubarak, by protesting against the country's current Islamist president Mohammed Morsi. Security forces responded by spraying the demonstrators with tear gas and water hoses. The Associated Press describes the scene, which comes at a time when unrest in north African Arab Spring countries has reignited doubts about the prospects that the popular Arab uprisings will give rise to rule of law-governed democracies.
Tear Gas and Water Hoses On Two-Year Arab Spring Anniversary in Egypt
UPDATED 7:16 AM EST, February 12, 2013