Egypt Referendum Marred By Irregularities
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Polling station officials count ballots in Cairo on Dec. 15, at the end of the first day of vote in a referendum on a new constitution. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Women wait in line outside a polling station to vote on a disputed constitution drafted by Islamist supporters of President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo on Saturday. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Egyptians Hurry To Vote On Draft Constitution
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Protests Continue In Egypt Over Draft Constitution
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Egyptians Stage Rival Demonstrations In Cairo
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Egypt's Morsi Authorizes Military To Arrest Civilians
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Egyptian Protesters Display Newfound Unity
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Morsi Calls For Consensus Amid Escalating Protests
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The opening date of Germany's new Willy Brandt Berlin Brandenburg International Airport has been delayed three times due to construction delays and safety concerns. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Ach! No End In Sight For Berlin Airport Woes
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Opposition Protest In Cairo A Rare Show Of Unity
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Under Fire, Egypt's Morsi To Meet With Judges
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Egyptians Debate What New Decrees Will Mean
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel (right) has given guarded support to Education Minister Annette Schavan, who is facing calls to resign over allegations of plagiarism. Thomas Peter/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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A Wave Of Plagiarism Cases Strikes German Politics
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Berlin Calls On Volunteer Hunters To Cull Wild Boars
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The main street in Oberhausen — Germany's most indebted city — is dotted with vacancies. Despite its economic woes, Oberhausen, like other western German cities, must make "reunification" payments to the former communist East. The payments help explain German voters' reluctance to bail out Greece and other eurozone countries. Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A German City With Debt Problems Of Its Own
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