State sources in Egypt said the country's latest constitution has received support, according to preliminary results. The interim government said the new constitution would provide greater protection for women's rights and freedom of speech. During the two-day vote, protesters and security forces clashed and nine people were killed.
The Muslim Brotherhood, that supported the ousted President Mohammed Morsi and has recently been labeled a terrorist organization, had urged its supporters to boy...
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