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An Egyptian man shows his ink-stained finger after casting his vote at a polling station in Cairo (R
(Reuters) Egyptians mark their vote at a polling station in Cairo May 24, 2012.
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman searches for her name outside a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian man searches for his name outside a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman dips her finger in a bottle of ink after casting her vote at a polling s
(Reuters) Egyptians wait in a line before casting their votes outside a polling station
(Reuters) Egyptian women dip their fingers in a bottle to ink after casting their votes at a polling
(Reuters) A girl looks up as her mother waits to cast her vote outside a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman casts her vote inside a polling station
(Reuters) A woman shows her ink-stained finger after casting her vote at a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman casts her vote inside a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman searches for her name before casting her vote at a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman casts her vote inside a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman dips her finger in a bottle of ink after casting her vote at a polling s
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman casts her vote inside a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman casts her vote inside a polling station
(Reuters) An Egyptian woman marks her vote before casting it at a polling station
(reuters) An Egyptian policeman helps a woman after casting her vote at a polling station
(Reuters) Egyptians wait outside a polling station before casting their vote
(AP) Female Egyptian voters line up to cast their votes outside a polling center
May
24

Under a hot sun and amid heated debates, voters line in the second day of Egypt's presidential elections

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Mark Croy
24-05-2012 01:47pm
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GOD BLESS THE EGYPTIAN PEOPLE
Thanks to all the voters! This is a new dawn for Egypt, and yes, it is messy and not pleasant to look at, but my dear friends, it is the best method to organize society...let the People choose!!!!
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