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An Egyptian man casts his ballot in Egypt's 2014 presidential election(Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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An army soldier and a police officer help a priest to find his polling station (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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An army soldier and a police officer help an old man to find his polling station (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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Egyptian women make a 'C' gesture in a show of support for Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi after casting their votes at a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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People queue outside a polling station to vote in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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An Egyptian woman makes a victory sign outside a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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An Egyptian woman casts her ballot at a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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A voter helping an older man to find his polling station (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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A man casts his ballot in a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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An Egyptian woman casts her ballot at a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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Egyptian women make victory signs outside a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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Egyptian soldiers stand guard as voters line up outside a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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A child shows his inked fingers outside a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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Abdel-Hakim Abdel-Nasser, the son of former president Gamal Abdel-Nasser, in a polling station in Cairo (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghby)
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Egyptians turn out for the second presidential election in two years - and the seventh vote since January 2011

All photos by Bassam El-Zoghby from two polling stations in Cairo's Masr El-Gedida

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