Three people have died and 350 have been injured in clashes in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, as unrest grows over a controversial draft constitution.
Rocks and petrol bombs were thrown as supporters of President Mohammed Morsi tried to break up an opposition sit-in outside the presidential palace.
Opposition leaders have accused the Muslim Brotherhood of organising the violence.
The government says a referendum on the constitution will go ahead this month.
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