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In Pictures: Egyptians go to the polls
Voters in Egypt cast their ballots to decide who will be the country’s first post-Mubarak president.
A woman shows her ink-stained finger at a polling station in Cairo in Egypt(***)s presidential runoff election amid controversy after the supreme court dissolved parliament and the country(***)s military rulers re-asserted control over the legislative process.
16 Jun 2012
Soldiers help a man as he arrives to a polling station in a school in Al-Sharqya as the country votes for The Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi versus Mubarak-era PM Ahmed Shafik in the runoff.
Women cast there vote at a polling station in Cairo, the voting stretches over two days, Saturday and Sunday.
A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Cairo in Egypts first free presidential election.
The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) formally moved to dissolve parliament on Thursday and told MPs they were not allowed to re-enter the building.
The military announced that it would assume lawmaking powers after parliament(***)s dissolution.
Soldiers stand guard as voters wait outside a polling station at a school in Cairo
An Egyptian woman checks her name before casting her vote at a polling station in Cairo.
Egyptian women line-up to cast their votes at a polling station in Giza, Egypt.
A voter checks her name at a polling station in Cairo.
Former Egyptian presidential candidate Amr Moussa stands in line before casting his vote at a polling station in Cairo.
An Egyptian army officer helps a veiled woman locate her polling center during the first day of the presidential runoff, in Cairo.
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