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PHOTO GALLERY: Hundreds of thousands celebrate Morsi's presidential win


Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Tahrir Square after the announcement of election result.
Jun
24

Hundreds of thousands celebrating the victory of the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi in Egypt's first presidential elections on Sunday

All Photos: Mai Shaheen

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