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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians continue to vote for the second day in the presidential elections runoff


An elderly woman voting in Garden City area, Cairo (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Voter cast ballot in Cairo (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
The polling station "Photo: Mai Shaheen".
Two women looking for their names in electoral rolls "Photo: Mai Shaheen"
A woman voting "Photo: Mai Shaheen".
During the voting "Photo: Mai Shaheen".
An elderly woman voting "Photo: Mai Shaheen".
A woman voting "Photo: Mai Shaheen".
Abbas El-Aqad School, Nasr City, Cairo (Photo: Eslam Omar)
People complain about the stifling heat (Photo: Eslam Omar)
A long queue outside Refa'a El-Tahtawi school, Nasr City, Cairo (Photo: Eslam Omar)
Two men search for thier names in Abbas El-Aqad school, Nasr City, Cairo (Photo: Eslam Omar)
Voters present national ID to election workers in Hawamdiya (Mohamed Nada)
Voter cast ballot in Hawamdiya city in Giza gov.(Mohamed Nada)
Election worker explains process to voter in Hawamdiya city in Giza gov.(Photo: Mohamed Nada)
Hawamdiya, Giza (Mohamed Nada)
An old man votes in Giza's Hawamdia City (Photo: Mohamed Nada)
Jun
17

Voters of all ages battle high temperatures and humidity to cast ballots as Egyptians choose between Ahmed Shafiq and Mohamed Morsi

Photos by: Mai Shaheen, Eslam Omar, and Mohamed Nada

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