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Anger flares at 'fake' Egypt constitution

Nearly two-thirds of voters in an Egyptian referendum have supported a proposed new constitution, the election commission has announced.

In all, 63.8% of voters cast Yes ballots in two stages, on 15 and 22 December.

The commission announced the result live on state-run Nile News TV. Protests in Cairo broke out afterwards.

Joanne de Frias reports.

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