Egypt: "A Day of Rage" / by Justin Merriman

Clashes between security forces and protesters continued for a fourth straight day throughout Egypt, causing the number of injured and dead to rise.  In Cairo, demonstrators gathered along the Qasr el Nil bridge on Monday, marking the second anniversary of the "Day of Rage."  Two years ago, the government of now-ousted dictator Hosni Mubarak used massive violence against protesters, who had taken the bridge and into Tahrir Square as day four of the 18 days of revolution began in earnest. It was on that day that scores of Egyptians were killed and injured in what was one of the most brutal days leading to the end of the Mubarak era.  To read more about today's events in Egypt read Betsy Hiel's coverage in Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.