Video: Egyptians Cheer Police After a Clash With Protesters

The Democracy Report CAIRO, Egypt -- State security forces marching on Tahrir Square to dispatch protesters were greeted by cheers and kisses from onlookers on Monday. This public response to the police may be a sign that the Egyptian people are turning against the demonstrators they supported before and after Hosni Mubarak's fall from power.




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