Unrest in Egypt in run-up to constitution referendum

The country's new draft constitution will go to a referendum on December 15
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A member of the Egyptian presidential guard stands in front of a graffiti ridden wall of the presidential palace on December 12, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-Morsi protesters were quiet after a week of continued demonstrations across Egypt against the country's draft constitution, rushed through parliament in an overnight session on November 29. The country's new draft constitution, passed by a constitutional assembly dominated by Islamists, will go to a referendum on December 15. (Getty Images)
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Family and loved ones of killed journalist El-Hosseiny Abou-Deif mourn as his body is carried from a morgue on December 12, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian journalist El-Hosseiny Abou-Deif who was hit in the head with a rubber bullet in last week's clashes at the presidential palace, was announced dead on Wednesday after spending a week in a coma. Anti-Morsi protesters were quiet after continued demonstrations across Egypt against the country's draft constitution, rushed through parliament in an overnight session on November 29. The country's new draft constitution, passed by a constitutional assembly dominated by Islamists, will go to a referendum on December 15. (Getty Images)
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Family and friends of killed journalist El-Hosseiny Abou-Deif wait for his body to be carried out from a morgue on December 12, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian journalist El-Hosseiny Abou-Deif who was hit in the head with a rubber bullet in last week's clashes at the presidential palace, was announced dead on Wednesday after spending a week in a coma. Anti-Morsi protesters were quiet after continued demonstrations across Egypt against the country's draft constitution, rushed through parliament in an overnight session on November 29. The country's new draft constitution, passed by a constitutional assembly dominated by Islamists, will go to a referendum on December 15. (Getty Images)
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Friends of killed journalist El-Hosseiny Abou-Deif mourn after his body was carried out from a morgue on December 12, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian journalist El-Hosseiny Abou-Deif who was hit in the head with a rubber bullet in last week's clashes at the presidential palace, was announced dead on Wednesday after spending a week in a coma. Anti-Morsi protesters were quiet after continued demonstrations across Egypt against the country's draft constitution, rushed through parliament in an overnight session on November 29. The country's new draft constitution, passed by a constitutional assembly dominated by Islamists, will go to a referendum on December 15. (Getty Images)
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An Egyptian street vendor carries food and beverages outside of the presidential palace in Cairo on December 12, 2012, one day after thousands of Egyptians protested against the upcoming referendum on the new draft constitution. Egypt's powerful army has called for President Mohamed Morsi and the secular opposition to meet later in the day to stop a crisis over an imminent constitutional referendum from tearing the country apart. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Egyptian supporters of the al-Ahli Football Club gather in a coffee shop in Cairo's Heliopolis district to watch the game against Brasil's Corinthians for the Club Championship on December 12, 2012, one day after thousands of Egyptians protested against the upcoming referendum on the new draft constitution. Egypt's army has invited President Mohamed Morsi and his opposition to a national unity meeting in a bid to resolve a deep crisis over the imminent referendum that officials said would now be split over a week. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Egyptian Army soldiers move a metal barrier outside of the presidential palace in Cairo on December 12, 2012, one day after thousands of Egyptians protested against the upcoming referendum on the new draft constitution. Egypt's powerful army has called for President Mohamed Morsi and the secular opposition to meet later in the day to stop a crisis over an imminent constitutional referendum from tearing the country apart. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Two Egyptian men ride a motorbike past a tank stationed outside the presidential palace in Cairo on December 12, 2012. Egypt's powerful army has called for President Mohamed Morsi and the secular opposition to meet later in the day to stop a crisis over an imminent constitutional referendum from tearing the country apart. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Egyptian army troops are deployed outside the walls of the presidential palace in Cairo on December 12, 2012, one day after thousands of Egyptians protested against the upcoming referendum on the new draft constitution. Egypt's powerful army has called for President Mohamed Morsi and the secular opposition to meet later in the day to stop a crisis over an imminent constitutional referendum from tearing the country apart. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An Egyptian protestor sleeps on the pavement outside the presidential palace in Cairo on December 12, 2012. Egypt's powerful army has called for President Mohamed Morsi and the secular opposition to meet later in the day to stop a crisis over an imminent constitutional referendum from tearing the country apart. (AFP/Getty Images)