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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt presidential runoffs between Morsi, Shafiq begin


A soldier stands guard as a woman waits outside a polling station at a school in Cairo (Reuters)
Soldiers stand guard as voters wait outside a polling station at a school in Cairo (Reuters)
Soldiers stand guard as voters wait outside a polling station at a school in Cairo (Reuters)
An election worker hangs a list of voters' names outside a polling station in Cairo (Reuters)
Soldiers stand guard as voters wait outside a polling station at a school in Al-Sharqya (Reuters)
Soldiers stand guard as voters wait outside a polling station at a school in Al-Sharqya (Reuters)
A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Cairo (Reuters)
A soldier stands guard as voters wait outside a polling station at a school in Al-Sharqya (Reuters)
An Egyptian woman (C) checks her name before casting her vote at a polling station in Cairo (Reuters
A woman shows her ink-stained finger after casting her vote at a polling station in Cairo (Reuters)
Jun
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Polls open Saturday in the second round of Egypt's presidential runoff elections between Ahmed Shafiq and Mohamed Morsi

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