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Ahram Online presents a detailed visual breakdown of the results from Egypt's first free presidential elections.
[Developed in partnership with Ahram Online. Ahmed Feteha, Bassem Abo Alabass, Mohamed Nada, Michael Gunn, Mahmoud Elassal contributed to this project.]
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