Deadly protests mark Egypt anniversary

At least seven people have been killed in Egypt during protests on Friday – the second anniversary of the country’s revolution. The demonstrators are demanding President Mohamed Morsi suspend the constitution and introduce an official minimum wage. Al Jazeera’s Sherine Tadros reports from the heart of Egypt’s revolution, Cairo’s Tahrir Square.

S/O Al jazeera 

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