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PHOTO GALLERY: Polling stations open for day two of presidential elections


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A woman gestures as an army soldier guards a polling station
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Army soldiers guard a polling station as a woman waits to cast her vote
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A soldier stands guard in front of a polling station
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An election worker waits for voters at a polling station
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Egyptians queue up at a polling station in downtown
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Egyptian soldiers check bags as people arrive at a polling station in downtown Cairo on March 27, 2018
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A man dances as women sing national songs in front of a polling station
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Women wait to vote in front of a polling station
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An Egyptian man casts his vote at a polling station in downtown Cairo on March 27, 2018,
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Egyptian security forces stand outside a polling station in Cairo's Saida Zeinab neighbourhood on March 27, 2018,
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An elderly Egyptian man arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Cairo's central Abdin neighbourhood on March 27, 2018,
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A member of the security forces directs people in a queue outside a polling station in downtown Cairo on March 27, 2018,
Egyptians queue up at a polling station in downtown Cairo on March 27, 2018,
Egyptians queue up at a polling station in downtown Cairo on March 27, 2018,
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An Egyptian stains his finger in ink after casting his vote at a polling station in Cairo's central Abdin neighbourhood on March 27, 2018
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