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A Muslim woman casts her ballot in a referendum at the Marawi Sagonsongan elementary school-turned polling station in Marawi, Lanao del Sur province, southern Philippines. Muslims in the southern Philippines voted in a referendum on a new autonomous region that seeks to end nearly half a century of unrest, in what their leaders are touting as the best alternative to a new wave of Islamic State group-inspired militants.

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Counting of votes begins in the Irish referendum on the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution, in Dublin, Ireland.

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People from the "Yes" campaign react as the results of the votes begin to come in, after the Irish referendum on the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution at Dublin Castle, in Dublin, Ireland. The first official results for Ireland's landmark abortion referendum have begun to come in, indicating a landslide win for abortion rights campaigners is likely in diverse constituencies across the country.

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Candle and flowers are placed in front of a mural of Savita Halappanavar in Dublin as Ireland has voted to repeal the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution which prohibits abortions unless a mother's life is in danger.

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A man walks past a mural showing Savita Halappanavar, a 31-year-old Indian dentist who had sought and been denied an abortion before she died after a miscarriage in a Galway hospital, with the word YES over it, in Dublin, Ireland, on the day of a referendum on the 8th amendment of the constitution.

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People from the "Yes" campaign react as the results of the votes begin to come in, after the Irish referendum on the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution at Dublin Castle, in Dublin, Ireland.

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Members of the public celebrate at Dublin Castle, in Dublin, Ireland after the results of the referendum on the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution which prohibits abortions unless a mother's life is in danger.

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A woman from the "Yes" campaign reacts after the final result was announced, after the Irish referendum on the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution at Dublin Castle, in Dublin, Ireland.

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People from the "Yes" campaign react as the results of the votes begin to come in the Irish referendum on the 8th Amendment of the Irish Constitution at Dublin Castle, in Dublin, Ireland. Abortion rights activists proclaimed victory for Irish women as referendum results indicated voters in largely Roman Catholic Ireland overwhelmingly backed repealing a 1983 constitutional ban on abortions.

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A woman protests against a demonstration by volunteers from Reproductive rights, against Oppression, Sexism & Austerity (ROSA) in Dublin, as they call for a 'Yes' vote in Ireland's upcoming abortion referendum on Friday.

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People with Catalan flags gather during a rally in Barcelona, Spain. Catalonia's president Carles Puigdemont is expected to use the results of a banned Oct. 1 referendum to justify a declaration of independence from Spain.

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Protestors throw referendum ballots as they rally in front of the Spanish Partido Popular ruling party headquarters in Barcelona, Spain. Labor unions and grassroots pro-independence groups are urging workers to hold partial or full-day strikes throughout Catalonia to protest alleged brutality by police during a referendum on the region's secession from Spain that left hundreds of people injured.

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People queue to vote at a school listed to be a polling station by the Catalan government in Barcelona, Spain. Polling has begun in a banned referendum on Catalonia's independence, with the first voters casting ballots. Spanish riot police have smashed their way into polling stations to try to halt a disputed independence referendum and fired rubber bullets at protesters.

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Pro independence supporters play their drums with banner reading, 'Long life working class', while they walk through the old city in support of the Catalonia's secession referendum, in Pamplona, northern Spain. Catalonia's defiant regional government is pressing ahead with a ballot on seceding from Spain.

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Independence supporters gather in Barcelona's main square, Spain. Authorities say 844 people and 33 police were injured in Spanish police raids to halt the independence vote organized by the Catalan autonomous government that was declared ilegal by Spain's constitutional court.

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Spanish La Liga soccer match between Barcelona and Las Palmas is played at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, Spain. Barcelona's Spanish league game against Las Palmas is played without fans amid the controversial referendum on Catalonia's independence.

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Youngsters wave esteledas, or Catalonia independence flag, and shout slogans in front of giant screen at the end of the 'Yes' vote closing campaign in Barcelona, Spain.

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People with the estelada, or independence flags, shout slogans on top of parked tractors during a protest by farmers in Barcelona. Authorities in Catalonia aim to ensure that a disputed referendum on independence from Spain will take place peacefully on Sunday despite a crackdown on the vote by the national government, the region's interior chief said. The small placard read: "Freedom".

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Catalan firefighters unfold a large banner with a ballot box at the Museum of History of Catalonia in Barcelona. Spain's National Court plans to investigate possible sedition charges for demonstrators who took part in a massive protest against a police crackdown on preparations for an Oct. 1 referendum on the Catalonia region's independence. Banner read: "Love Democracy".

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A man fixes posters to a wall in Barcelona, Spain, encouraging people to vote 'Yes' at the Oct. 1 referendum on the Catalonia region's independence. Regional leaders have said that if the "yes" side wins, they would be ready to declare Catalonia's independence two days later regardless of voter turnout.

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Fascist and right wing activists shout as they protest against Catalan independence in Madrid, Spain. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy accused Catalan President Carles Puigdemont of blackmailing the state following news reports that the powerful northeastern region has prepared a law to secede from Spain immediately if it is not allowed hold an independence referendum.

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A supporter of the 'no' vote lights a flare during a protest in Istanbul, against the referendum outcome.

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Supporters of the 'no' vote protest in Istanbul, against the referendum outcome. The placards reads in Turkish: 'No we will win'. Turkey's main opposition party urged the country's electoral board to cancel the results of a landmark referendum that granted sweeping new powers to Erdogan, citing what it called substantial voting irregularities.

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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, center right, waves to supporters as he leaves a polling station in Istanbul. Turkish voters were casting their ballots in a historic referendum on whether to approve constitutional reforms that would greatly expand the powers of Erdogan.

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Supporters of the "Yes" vote, wave flags during celebrations in Istanbul. The flags read in Turkish : "Yes".

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Supporters of the "Yes" vote celebrate in Ankara. With 97 percent of the ballots counted in Turkey's historic referendum, those who back constitutional changes greatly expanding President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers had a narrow lead, the official Anadolu news agency said.

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Supporters of the "Yes" vote celebrate in Istanbul. Erdogan declared victory in historic referendum that will grant sweeping powers to the presidency, hailing the result as a "historic decision."

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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan makes statements in Istanbul. Erdogan declared victory in historic referendum that will grant sweeping powers to the presidency, hailing the result as a "historic decision."

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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wife Emine Erdogan salute supporters during a referendum rally in Istanbul. Turkey is heading to a contentious April 16 referendum on constitutional reforms to expand Erdogan's powers.

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Supporters wave national flags as they wait for the arrival of Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for a referendum rally in Istanbul. Turkey is heading to a contentious April 16 referendum on constitutional reforms to expand Erdogan's powers.

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Supporters hold placards that read " YES " as they wait for the arrival of Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for a referendum rally in Istanbul.

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Supporters shout slogans as they listen to Devlet Bahceli, the leader of Turkey's opposition Nationalist Movement Party, who supports President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during a referendum rally in Istanbul.

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Supporters hold a huge flag as they listen to Devlet Bahceli, the leader of Turkey's opposition Nationalist Movement Party, who supports President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during a referendum rally in Istanbul. Turkey is heading to a contentious April 16 referendum on constitutional reforms to expand Erdogan's powers.

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Ferries are docked at the port of Piraeus, near Athens, during the first day of a 48-hour strike by the Panhellenic Seamen's Union (PNO) to protest new austerity measures that government plans.

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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks to the press outside 10 Downing Street in London, as his wife Samantha and their children Nancy, Elwen, right, and Florence, third right, look on. Cameron steps down after six years as prime minister.

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In this file photo, gold coins lie on display at the office of Philip Diehl in Austin, Texas. Safety is a big draw since the shocking British vote to leave the European Union, sending gold prices soaring.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron with French President Francois Hollande during a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras during a round table meeting at an EU summit in Brussels.

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In this image taken from the Parliamentary Recording Unit Britain's Prime Minister, David Cameron addresses the House of Commons in London regarding the result of the referendum vote on leaving the EU.

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Larry the cat, the Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office, the title of the official resident cat of the Prime Minister, sits on the steps of 10 Downing Street in London.

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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron speaks outside 10 Downing Street, London. Cameron says he will resign by the time of the party conference in the fall after Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign.

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EU flags flutter in the wind in the back of a no entry street sign in front of EU headquarters in Brussels. Voters in the United Kingdom voted in a referendum and decided to break away from the EU.

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A man in a vehicle sporting a Vote Leave logo blows a kiss as he drives through Parliament Square n London. Britain entered uncharted waters after the country voted to leave the European Union.

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British MP Boris Johnson kisses a wild salmon at Billingsgate Fish Market in London on the final day of campaigning before Thursday's EU Referendum.

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The Palace of Culture and Science is illuminated with British flag by Warsaw's capital authorities in support of Britain staying in the EU, in Warsaw, Poland.

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan, right, makes an address flanked by the leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn during a European Referendum "Remain" rally in London.

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Supporters of the Stronger In campaign react after hearing results in the EU referendum at London's Royal Festival Hall. Britain has voted to break away from the European Union.

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Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party, celebrates and poses for photographers as he leaves a "Leave.EU" organization party for the British European Union membership referendum in London.

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Traders monitor computer screens with the day's exchange rate at a foreign exchange brokerage at a securities firm in Tokyo. Global financial markets remained volatile as votes are tallied in the referendum deciding if Britain is to leave the European Union.

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A teller counts ballot papers at the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland, after polls closed in the EU referendum. BBC has already predicted that Britain will Brexit by a very thin margin.

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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha leave after casting their votes in the EU referendum at a polling station in London.

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Flags fly outside Europe House, the European Parliament's British offices, in central London, with European flag and Britain's Union flag.

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The scene inside the White Horse Inn in Priors Dean, Hampshire, England also known as the 'Pub with no name' which has been made a polling station for the EU referendum.

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A pro-Europe supporter holds up a sign during a European Referendum "Remain" rally in London.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron makes a statement appealing for people to vote to remain in the European Union outside 10 Downing Street in London, UK.

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In this Friday June 26, 2015 file photo, Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron pauses before speaking during a media conference at an EU summit in Brussels.

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Young people kiss each other at Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany to support the ' Remain' voters in Britain's referendum.

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Pro independence supporters wave "estelada" or pro independence flags during a rally of "Junts pel Si" or "Together for YES" in Barcelona, Spain.

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Scottish voters said a big "No" to independence and decided to stay in the 307-year-old union with England and Wales after a historic referendum that brought out bitter divisions while paving the way for a 'devolution revolution' in the UK.

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Should I stay, or should I go? Pro-Scottish independence supporters in Glasgow scramble to mop up the ‘undecideds’ a day before referendum.

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Counting staff members count ballot papers through the night in the Scottish Independence Referendum at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh.

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'No' supporters react to results in the Scottish independence referendum at the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Ballot boxes being opened as counting began in the Scottish Independence Referendum for the Aberdeenshire Council area, Aberdee.

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No supporters for the Scottish independence referendum celebrate an early result at a No campaign event at a hotel in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Supporters of the Yes campaign in the Scottish independence referendum cheer with Scottish Saltire flags as they await the result after the polls closed, in George Square, Glasgow, Scotland.

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Yes campaign and No campaign posters stand outside a polling place in Edinburgh, Scotland. Polls have opened across Scotland in a referendum that will decide whether the country leaves its 307-year-old union with England and becomes an independent state.

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Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond poses for photographs with school children, after casting his ballot at Ritchie Hall in Strichen, Scotland. Polls opened across Scotland in a referendum that will decide whether the country leaves its 307-year-old union with England and becomes an independent state.

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Campaigner stand outside a polling place in Edinburgh, Scotland. Polls have opened across Scotland in a referendum that will decide whether the country leaves its 307-year-old union with England and becomes an independent state.

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A Yes campaigner and a No campaigner stand outside a polling place in Edinburgh, Scotland. Polls have opened across Scotland in a referendum that will decide whether the country leaves its 307-year-old union with England and becomes an independent state.

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A pro-union rally, at Trafalgar square in central London.

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Egypt referendum on new constitution amidst violence. Clauses include right to impeach prez, no party to be religion-based, army keeps defence ministry for 8 years.

Riot police grab a protestor who was shouting slogans against the monarchy during a protest against the monarchy near the parliament in Madrid, Spain. Dozens of riot police stopped and frisked protestors as they arrived near the Spanish parliament. Spain's Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favor of urgent government legislation allowing King Juan Carlos to abdicate this month and hand over his duties to Crown Prince Felipe. The legislation was approved by 299 lawmakers, while 19 voted against and 23 abstained. Several leftist deputies protested, holding up signs demanding a referendum on whether to scrap the monarchy. The Senate is expected to approve the legislation June 17.

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The chief of commission that organised the recent referendum, Alexander Malykhin, center, speaks to armed pro-Russian men at an administration building in the eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk. Pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine declared independence for the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

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People wait in line at a polling station in the center of Slovyansk, eastern Ukraine. Residents of two restive regions in eastern Ukraine engulfed by a pro-Russian insurgency are casting ballots in contentious and hastily organized independence referendum.

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Armoured vehicles parked at a Ukrainian army checkpoint on the main road between Kramatorsk and Sloviansk ,10 kms south of Sloviansk, Ukraine. The words on the marker in the background read "Sloviansk ". Russia has pulled back its troops from the Ukrainian border, Vladimir Putin told diplomats, as he urged insurgents in southeastern Ukraine to postpone their planned referendum on autonomy.

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A man guards an intersection as pro-Russia activists strengthen the barricades in front of the Ukrainian regional office of the Security Service in Sloviansk, Ukraine. Russia has pulled back its troops from the Ukrainian border, Vladimir Putin told diplomats, as he urged insurgents in southeastern Ukraine to postpone their planned referendum on autonomy.

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The regional parliament in Crimea forces a vote in favour of breaking away from Ukraine, joining Russia. Separatist Sergei ‘Goblin’ Aksyonov coup leader. Referendum likely soon.

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People wave Russian and Crimean flags in Simferopol, Ukraine. Ukraine's Crimean peninsula declared itself independent on Monday after its residents voted overwhelmingly to secede and join Russia, while the United States and the European Union slapped sanctions against some of those who promoted the divisive referendum.

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A woman casts her ballot at a polling station in Bakhchisaraj, Ukraine. Residents of Crimea voted in a contentious referendum on whether to split off and seek annexation by Russia.

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People shout slogans during a pro Russian rally at a central square in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. Russian forces backed by helicopter gunships and armored vehicles took control of a village near the border with Crimea on the eve of a referendum on whether the region should seek annexation by Moscow.

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"Femen" women's rights activists protest against the war in front of parliament building in Simferopol, Ukraine. Lawmakers in Crimea called a March 16 referendum on whether to break away from Ukraine and join Russia instead, voting unanimously to declare their preference for doing so.

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View of the presidential palace guarded by military tanks in Cairo, Egypt. Key Egyptian rights groups called Sunday for a repeat of the first round of the constitutional referendum, alleging the vote was marred by widespread violations. Islamists who back the disputed charter claimed they were in the lead with a majority of “yes” votes.

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Egyptians girls show their inked fingers after casting their votes at a polling station in a referendum on a disputed constitution drafted by Islamist supporters of President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptians were voting on a proposed constitution that has polarised their nation, with Morsi and his Islamist supporters backing the charter, while liberals, moderate Muslims and Christians oppose it.

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An Egyptian woman casts her vote at a polling station during a referendum on a disputed constitution drafted by Islamist supporters of President Morsi in Cairo, Egypt.

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Opponents of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi hold pamphlets urging a "no vote" on a constitutional referendum as cars burn during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt.

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Egyptian army soldiers stand guard in front of the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's liberal opposition called for more protests, seeking to keep up the momentum of its street campaign after the president made a partial concession overnight but refused its main demand he rescind a draft constitution going to a referendum on Dec. 15.

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Specialists Jennifer Klesaris, and William Bott, right center, work at a post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Worries that a planned Greek referendum could scuttle a plan to resolve Europe's debt crisis rattled markets. Stock indexes plunged in the U.S. and Europe.

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Activists of Jammu and Kashmir Dogra Front and Shiv Sena shout slogans during a protest against the Prashant Bhushan's advocacy of plebiscite in the state, in Jammu.

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Activists of Shiv Sena shout slogans protest against Prashant Bhushan and demanded registering of a case against him for advocating plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir, in Jammu.

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SOUTH SUDAN is the world’s newest republic after 99 per cent in a referendum vote say yes to splitting from the north. This ends years of a bitter civil war; split of assets, oil revenues etc yet to happen.

A Southern Sudanese independence activist displays photos of the late Dr. John Garang, the former leader of the Sudan People's Liberation Army, left, and General Salva Kiir Mayardit, the current President of the Government of Southern Sudan, during the announcement of preliminary referendum results in Juba, southern Sudan. Referendum officials indicated that nearly 99 percent of all voters cast ballots in favour of southern independence. Southern Sudan will remain united with the north until the expiration of Comprehensive Peace Agreement in July 2011.

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A Southern Sudanese man dons the flag of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement during the announcement of preliminary referendum results in Juba, southern Sudan. Referendum officials indicated that nearly 99 percent of all voters cast ballots in favour of southern independence. Southern Sudan will remain united with the north until the expiration of Comprehensive Peace Agreement in July 2011 at which point it is set to emerge as a separate state.

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Southern Sudanese celebrate the announcement of preliminary referendum results in the southern capital of Juba. Referendum officials indicated that nearly 99 percent of all voters cast ballots in favor of southern independence. Southern Sudan will remain united with the north until the expiration of Comprehensive Peace Agreement in July 2011 at which point it is set to emerge as a separate state.

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Rebecca Kadi, center, whose granddaughter Sarah Madi (not visible) says is 115 years old, receives assistance to cast her ballot in southern Sudan's independence referendum in Juba. About four million Southern Sudanese voters began casting their ballots in a week long referendum on independence that is expected to split Africa's largest nation in two.

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A polling center official explains to a Southern Sudanese woman the two voting signs contained in the ballot, separation and unity, at a polling center during the third day of the referendum in the city of Um Durman, Sudan. Arab tribesman attacked a vehicle convoy carrying southern Sudanese traveling from the country's north to their home region, which is holding an independence referendum this week, an official said Tuesday. Conflicting reports put the death toll between two and 10.

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A Southern Sudanese man sits by his belongings, within a bus station as he waits for transportation back home south in the suburb of Mandela on the outskirts of the capital Khartoum, Sudan. Arab tribesmen accompanied by a northern Sudanese government-backed militia killed 20 policemen in the disputed region of Abyei, a southern military spokesman said, raising concerns of violence as the south holds its independence referendum. The attack came on Sunday, the first day of voting in Southern Sudan's weeklong referendum, which is widely predicted to break Africa's largest country in two.

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Kenyans wait in long line up to cast their votes during the referendum for Kenya constitution in the Kibera slum, Nairobi, Kenya, Wednesday, Aug.4, 2010. Long lines formed in the Kenyan capital before sunrise to vote on a new constitution that would reduce the powers of the presidency and give citizens a bill of rights.

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A girl walks past posters of candidates for the July 11 upper house elections in Tokyo . The vote, in which half the seats in the 242-member upper house are up for grabs, is viewed as a referendum on the party's 10 months in power since defeating the long-ruling conservative Liberal Democratic Party.

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A brick factory worker casts his ballot paper in the southern Kyrgyz city of Osh, Kyrgyzstan, during a referendum on a new constitution. The people of violence-wracked Kyrgyzstan voted on a new constitution that the interim government hopes will legitimize the power it seized after a deadly uprising. The Central Asian nation was on high security alert for the vote, deploying almost 8,000 police officers and an equal number of defense volunteers to keep the peace after ethnic violence that killed hundreds.

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Iraqi soldiers flash the victory sign as they celebrate the adoption of Iraq draft constitution, during their graduation ceremony in Najaf. Iraq's landmark constitution was adopted by a majority of voters during the country's Oct 15 referendum, as Sunni Arab opponents failed to muster enough support to defeat it. The results indicated that Sunnis, who had sharply opposed the draft document, had failed to produce the two-thirds "no" vote they would have needed in at least three of Iraq's 18 provinces to defeat it. Nationwide, the vote was 78.5 per cent for ratification an 21.41 per cent against.

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