Egyptians burn the likeness of presidential candidate and former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq on the eve of the nation's first freely contested presidential election in history.
Egyptians burn the likeness of presidential candidate and former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq on the eve of the nation's first freely contested presidential election in history. MCT
Egyptians burn the likeness of presidential candidate and former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq on the eve of the nation's first freely contested presidential election in history. MCT

On eve of Egypt runoff election, revolution feels all but dead

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