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Mohammed Morsi is getting tough on protestors in the run-up to a controversial referendum on a new constitution set for Saturday.

Military Given Power to Arrest Citizens in Egypt

Mohammed Morsi is getting tough on protestors in the run-up to a controversial referendum on a new constitution set for Saturday.

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Mohammed Morsi is getting tough on protestors in the run-up to a controversial referendum on a new constitution set for Saturday.

Military Given Power to Arrest Citizens in Egypt

Mohammed Morsi is getting tough on protestors in the run-up to a controversial referendum on a new constitution set for Saturday.

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The UN envoy to Syria says Syrian President al-Assad has agreed to a  holiday cease fire , along with most of the opposition factions.

UN Envoy Claims Syrian Government Agrees to Temporary Cease Fire

The UN envoy to Syria says Syrian President al-Assad has agreed to a holiday cease fire , along with most of the opposition factions.

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