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Egypt’s health ministry is reporting that 11 people have died in the country amid clashes during the first day of voting for a new constitution.
Leading up to the vote, there have been several violent clashes between supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi and state security forces.
Justin Scuiletti is the digital video producer at PBS NewsHour.
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