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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptian expats start voting at embassies worldwide in 2018 presidential elections


New York
Austria
Austria
Vienna, Austria
Australia
Egyptians vote in Australia
Australia
Egyptian man votes in Egypt presidential elections. Australia. 16 March 2018.
United Arab Emirates
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates
Egyptian expats vote in Egypt presidential elections on 16 March 2018. Dubai, UAE.
United Arab Emirates
Kuwait
Egyptian wait to enter embassy to vote in Egypt presidential elections. Kuwait. 16 March 2018.
Kuwait
Austria
France
Egyptians ready to vote in Paris
Jordan
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
Egyptian queue to vote in Egypt presidential elections. Saudi Arabia. 16 March 2018.
Saudi Arabia
Egyptian expats vote in Egypt presidential elections on 16 March 2018. Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
Egyptian expats vote in Egypt presidential elections on 16 March 2018. Saudi Arabia.
Lebanon
Mar
16

Egyptian expats head to their embassies around the world to choose their next President - Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi or Moussa Mostafa Moussa; Egyptians at home are set to vote 26-28 March

All Photos courtesy Ahram 

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