The Revolution's Second Act | Photographer: Timothy Fadek | PHOTOGRAPHERS |

Egypt's Second Revolution - The revolution that began on Jan. 25 and seemed to culminate with the Feb. 11 fall of President Hosni Mubarak had begun all over again, with Egyptians rebelling on the streets of Cairo against military rule, putting the promise of the Arab Spring at risk. Young Egyptians battled security forces in and around Cairo's Tahrir Square, throwing rocks and firebombs and police and soldiers responded with tear gas, rubber bullets, live ammunition and beatings. More than 30 were killed and over a thousand injured.