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PHOTO GALLERY: Residents of infamous Nazlet Al-Semman vote in Egypt 2012 elections


A queue of women voters at a school in Nazlet el Semman
A man voting at a school in Nazlet el Semman
A woman with her children voting in a school in Giza
A man voting in a school in Giza.
During the vote
A man who has just voted at a polling station
Two women looking for their names in electoral rolls.
A queue of voters at a school in Giza
A queue of women voters at a school in Nazlet el Semman
A woman with her child looking for her name in the electoral rolls
A man who has just voted.
A queue of voters at a school in Giza.
May
24

Voters from area home to 'Camel Battle' culprits head to polls cast their votes in second day of Egypt's historic presidential election

All photos by Mai Shaheen.

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