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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians abroad vote in constitution referendum


Greece
Egyptians register their names before voting during a referendum on the new constitution at an Egypt Consulate in Greece (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Greece
An Egyptian expatriate living in Greece, casts his ballot at a polling station (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
NY
An Egyptian expatriate living in New York city, casts his ballot at polling station in Egyptian consulate (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
NY
An Egyptian woman expatriate living in New York city, casts her ballot at polling station in Egyptian consulate (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Riyadh
Egyptian expatriates living in Riyadh city wait for their turns to vote at a polling station (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Dubai
An Egyptian man displays the voting paper of a referendum on the new constitution at the Egypt Consulate in Dubai January 8, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
Vienna
An Egyptian woman expatriate living in Vienna , casts her ballot at polling station in Egyptian consulate (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Dubai
An Egyptian woman votes during a referendum on the new constitution at the Egypt Consulate in Dubai January 8, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
Dubai
An Egyptian woman votes during a referendum on the new constitution at the Egypt Consulate in Dubai January 8, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
Dubai
An Egyptian man registers his name before voting during a referendum on the new constitution at the Egypt Consulate in Dubai January 8, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
Vienna
An Egyptian expatriate living in Vienna wait his turn to vote at a polling station in Egyptian consulate (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
NY
Egyptian expatriates living in New York city wait their turn to vote at a polling station in Egyptian consulate (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
NY
An Egyptian expatriate living in New York registers to vote at polling station in Egyptian consulate (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
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103,000 Egyptians living oversees overwhelmingly approve the amended 2012 constitution

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