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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptian expatriates casting their votes in Egypt's presidential election


Egyptian expatriates living in Jordan look for their names before casting their votes (Reuters)
An Egyptian expatriate living in Lebanon, signs his name at a polling station at the Egyptian embass
An Egyptian expatriate living in Lebanon, casts his ballot at a polling station (Reuters)
An Egyptian expatriate living in the United Arab Emirates takes a picture of his son casting a ballo
Egyptian expatriates living in Qatar wait for their turns to vote at a polling station (Reuters)
Egyptian expatriates living in Qatar wait for their turns to vote at a polling station (Reuters)
An Egyptian expatriate living in the United Arab Emirates casts her ballot at a polling station (Reu
Egyptian expatriates living in the UAE wait for their turn to vote at a polling station (Reuters)
A girl waits for her parents as Egyptian expatriates living in the UAE cast their votes at a polling
An Egyptian expatriate living in Lebanon, casts his ballot at a polling station (Reuters)
An Egyptian expatriate living in Libya casts his ballot at a polling station (Reuters)
An Egyptian expatriate living in Libya registers to vote at a polling station (Reuters)
An Egyptian boy living in Kuwait smiles as his mother casts her ballot into a transparent box (Reute
A torn paper listing the electoral candidates is seen near a stack of passports (Reuters)
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