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    Egypt Referendum Passes, With Controversyi
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    January 16, 2014 4:27 PM
    Egyptian officials say preliminary results indicate voters have endorsed the nation's military-backed constitution. But the divisive referendum has left at least a dozen people dead, hundreds injured and hundreds more in jail.

    Egypt Referendum Passes, With Controversy

    Published January 16, 2014

    Egyptian officials say preliminary results indicate voters have endorsed the nation's military-backed constitution. But the divisive referendum has left at least a dozen people dead, hundreds injured and hundreds more in jail.


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