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VIDEO: Poster war in Egypt presidential elections

bbci.co.uk (1 year and 11 months ago)

May 11, 2012

Weeks before Egypt's first ever multi-candidate presidential elections, full-colour, mass-produced posters try to win voters attention. full story

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Egyptians abroad vote in presidential elections

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Egyptians abroad vote in presidential elections

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Egypt sees Arab world's first presidential debate

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Egypt sees Arab world's first presidential debate

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Egypt sees Arab world's first presidential debate

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