Egyptians Vote in Contest Between Islamist, Mubarak AideTarek El-Tablawy and Ola Galal
Egyptians cast ballots for their first president since Hosni Mubarak was ousted last year, in a runoff election widely portrayed as a choice between reviving the old regime and endorsing a new Islamist one.
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