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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians vote in first stage of parliamentary elections


An Egyptian casts his ballot in the first day of parliamentary elections in El-Dokki
A woman casts her vote inside a polling station in Giza
Egyptians cast their votes inside a polling station
Election officials stand in polling centre
Egyptian men line up to vote in the parliamentary elections at a polling centre in El-Giza
Egyptians cast their votes inside a polling station during the first round of parliamentary election
An Egyptian man votes in the parliamentary election at a polling station in Giza
First stage of parliamentary elections
Army vehicles parked outside a polling station
Women cast their votes inside a polling station in Giza
Voters wait outside a polling station in Giza
A woman casts her vote inside a polling station in Giza
A man waits at a polling station in Giza
A woman casts her vote inside a polling station in Giza
A man casts his vote inside a polling station in Giza
A man casts his vote inside a polling station in Giza
A woman casts her vote inside a polling station in Giza
A man casts his vote inside a polling station in Giza
Oct
18

Egyptians cast their votes in the long-delayed parliamentary elections in Giza, the first since the overthrow of Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi

All Photos by: Mai Shaheen

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