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Three people were killed in clashes in Egypt on Friday, security sources said, ahead of a referendum next week on a new constitution. Ousted President Mohamed Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood has called for a boycott of the January 14 and 15 referendum, which is also seen by some as a vote on army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's popularity. The referendum is the first milestone in a political transformation that Sisi has said would lead to presidential and parliamentary elections and bring stability to Egypt, which has a peace treaty with Israel and controls the Suez Canal.
|Three Killed In Egypt Clashes Ahead Of Referendum|
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