Indonesian police fired tear gas to disperse dozens of protesters who took to the streets Wednesday to mark the first anniversary of the swearing in of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, photographer of a French news agency said. A group of about 60 anti-government demonstrators blocked a road in the Menteng neighbourhood of central Jakarta with wooden benches and attacked police who tried to remove them, the photographer said. Police fired tear gas on protesters who were seen attacking them rocks and sticks.