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First Free Presidential Election in Egypt


More than a year after autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak was ousted, Egyptians voted on Saturday in the first free presidential election in their history.

People are faced with a choice between MubarakĀ“s ex-prime minister Ahmed Shafiq and Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi.

Islamic groups in the country support Morsi and say if he is elected "death of the revolution" will be prevented. The election is supervised by more than 400,000 soldiers.

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