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Doubt And Insecurity Loom As Egypt Goes To The Polls

Jan 14, 2014 (All Things Considered) — Beginning Tuesday, Egyptians are going to the polls in a two-day referendum on a draft constitution. The Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist groups are boycotting the vote, and fears of violence have meant heavy security at polling centers.

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