Anti-Morsi crowds gather in Cairo's Tahrir Square

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Protesters have gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square, many of them angry over changes to Egypt's constitution.

The new constitution was rushed through by an assembly dominated by Islamists on Friday morning.

The draft will now be sent to Mr Morsi, who is expected to call a referendum in the coming weeks.

Bethany Bell reports from Tahrir Square.

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