New Protests at Cairo's Tahrir Square

The World
Tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in Cairo to press for speedier reforms from the Egyptian government. They have taken over Tahrir Square — the focus of the 18-day uprising earlier in the year — with security forces maintaining a discreet presence. Many activists are angry at the slow pace of change since President Hosni Mubarak's fall in February. Anchor Marco Werman talks with reporter Thanassis Cambanis in Cairo.
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