Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi has ended a day of mass protests in the country - by both his supporters and foes - by announcing a referendum will be held on a new controversial constitution in just two weeks time.
Opponents fear it could give him new powers and usher in an Islamist state, severely restricting their rights, particularly those for women.
But more than 200,000 people marched in support of him on Saturday.
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The president welcomed the North’s conciliatory response to his Thursday letter withdrawing from the summit.
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Rupert Clevely, who owns the pub in Waterloo, said the image featuring Harry and Meghan is a ‘bit of fun’.