Egyptians go to polls to decide charter’s fate

Posted: December 16, 2012 at 4:29 a.m.

Egyptian women wait to vote Saturday in Cairo under posters of President Mohammed Morsi defaced with the word “killer.”

With their nation’s future at stake, Egyptians lined up Saturday to vote on a draft constitution after weeks of turmoil that have left them deeply divided between Islamist supporters of the charter and those who fear it will usher in religious rule.

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