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Egypt votes on constitution as violence highlights divide

A handout picture released by Egyptian presidency shows Egypt’s interim president Adly Mansour casting his vote on a new constitution at a polling station in Cairo on January 14, 2014. Egyptians were voting amid high security in a referendum likely to launch a presidential bid by the army chief who overthrew Islamist president Mohamed Morsi. – AFP photo
Egyptians queued to vote amid tight security Tuesday in a referendum on a new constitution likely to launch a presidential bid by the army chief who overthrew... Full story


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