Police in Cairo clashed with demonstrators who had gathered near the presidental palace. Tens of thousands came out to protest against the draft constitution which they fear will turn Egypt into a state based on Sharia law.
Egypt has expelled a French journalist who had been working as a correspondent in Cairo since 2014. The government has not explained the decision, which comes amid a media crackdown by President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.
Hundreds of demonstrators have fought with police in Nepal's capital, protesting against the government and the new constitution. Protesters led by the Madhesi minority group have demanded changes to the charter.
Almost half of EU countries - including Germany - has contributed to Egypt's crackdown on dissent, Amnesty said in a report. The human rights group has called on the bloc to end arms transfers worth billions of euros.
Egypt has jailed protesters who opposed a decision to transfer islands to Saudi Arabia.
The demonstrators have been given prison terms of between two and five years.
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