Egyptians line up to cast their ballots in a landmark referendum on a new - and controversial - constitution. The ballot is considered a key step in the country's transition to democracy, which has often been rocky. Deadly clashes marred the lead up to the vote and security was heavy around polling stations. The new constitution was largely written by the Islamist allies of president Mohamed Mursi, seen here voting early Saturday.
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