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Polling stations opened across Egypt for a presidential election run-off contested by Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood and Ahmed Shafik, who was Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister. Some 50 million people are eligible to vote in the two-day poll to pick a successor to Mubarak, who was deposed in a popular revolt last year. UPI/Ahmed Jomaa
An Egyptian man casts his ballot during the run-off of the Presidential elections, in Zagazig, Cairo in Egypt, 16 June 2012. Polling stations opened across Egypt on 16 June 2012 for a presidential election run-off contested by Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood and Ahmed Shafik who was Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister. Some 50 million people are eligible to vote in the two-day poll to pick a successor to Mubarak, who was deposed in a popular revolt last year. UPI/Ahmed Jomaa
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Egyptian soldiers stands guard as man casts his ballot during the run-off of the Presidential elections, in Zagazig, Cairo in Egypt, 16 June 2012. Polling stations opened across Egypt on 16 June 2012 for a presidential election run-off contested by Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood and Ahmed Shafik who was Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister. Some 50 million people are eligible to vote in the two-day poll to pick a successor to Mubarak, who was deposed in a popular revolt last year. UPI/Ahmed Jomaa
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Egyptian soldiers stands guard as man casts his ballot during the run-off of the Presidential elections, in Zagazig, Cairo in Egypt, 16 June 2012. Polling stations opened across Egypt on 16 June 2012 for a presidential election run-off contested by Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood and Ahmed Shafik who was Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister. Some 50 million people are eligible to vote in the two-day poll to pick a successor to Mubarak, who was deposed in a popular revolt last year. UPI/Ahmed Jomaa
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Presidential candidate Mohamed Morsy(C) of the Muslim Brotherhood arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in a school in Al-Sharqya, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Cairo in Egypt, June 16, 2012. Egypt's first free presidential election concludes this weekend in a run-off between the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate Mohamed Morsy and Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister of ousted leader Hosni Mubarak. UPI/Ahmed Jomaa
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Presidential candidate Mohamed Morsy of the Muslim Brotherhood arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in a school in Al-Sharqya, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Cairo in Egypt, June 16, 2012. Egypt's first free presidential election concludes this weekend in a run-off between the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate Mohamed Morsy and Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister of ousted leader Hosni Mubarak. UPI/Ahmed Jomaa
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Presidential candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Morsy, casts his vote at a polling station in a school in Al-Sharqya, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Cairo in Egypt, June 16, 2012. Egypt's first free presidential election concludes this weekend in a run-off between the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate Mohamed Morsy and Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister of ousted leader Hosni Mubarak. UPI/Ahmed Jomaa
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Presidential candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Morsy, waves after casting his vote at a polling station in a school in Al-Sharqya, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Cairo in Egypt, June 16, 2012. Egypt's first free presidential election concludes this weekend in a run-off between the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate Mohamed Morsy and Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister of ousted leader Hosni Mubarak. UPI/Ahmed Jomaa
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