Middle East

    • A voter casts his ballot in a polling station near the Saladin Citadel on the third day of voting in the Egyptian presidential election in Cairo, May 28, 2014.
    • Voters present papers at a polling station in the El Sayda Zeinab area on the third day of voting in the Egyptian presidential elections in Cairo, May 28, 2014.
    • A woman casts her vote at a polling site in the upscale Zamalek district of Cairo, May 27, 2014.
    • A woman inks her finger after voting at a polling site in the upscale Zamalek district of Cairo, May 27, 2014.
    • A man reads a local newspaper with the headline in Arabic reading, "Egypt surprises the world," outside a polling station in Cairo, May 27, 2014.
    • A soldier stands guard outside a polling station during the first day of the presidential election in Cairo, May 26, 2014.
    • Presidential candidate and former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sissi arrives with his bodyguards at a polling station in Cairo, May 26, 2014.
    • Egyptian women wait to vote at a polling site in Cairo, May 26, 2014.
    • A man casts his ballot for president in Cairo, May 26, 2014.
    • Voters line up as some take shade under a national flag outside a polling station to vote for president in Cairo, May 26, 2014.
    • People walk under campaign posters of presidential candidate and former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sissi a day ahead of presidential elections in Cairo, May 25, 2014.

    Elections in Egypt

    Published May 28, 2014


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