Egypt crisis: Morsi offers concession in decree annulment
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has offered a concession to opponents by annulling a decree that hugely expanded his powers and sparked angry protests.
But a controversial referendum on a draft constitution planned for 15 December will still go ahead.
Halting the referendum is a key demand of the opposition and some have already dismissed Mr Morsi's latest move.
The president's critics accuse him of acting like a dictator, but he says he is safeguarding the revolution.
Jon Leyne reports from Cairo.