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Egyptians Vote for a Second Day Amid Signs of Low Turnout

Turnout appeared low on Tuesday as Egyptians voted on the second day of an election that President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is virtually certain to win, after all serious rivals were either arrested or intimidated into dropping out. El-Sissi came to power after leading the 2013 military overthrow of his freely elected civilian president, Mohammed Morsi, amid mass protests against his divisive one-year rule. The only other candidate on the ballot, Moussa Mustafa Moussa, registered at the last...

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