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Coptics Fear Islamists Will Sweep Egypt Elections

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Sobhi Saleh (right), a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood and a candidate for parliament, speaks to voters at a polling station in Alexandria, Egypt, on Monday. The Brotherhood is expected to make a strong showing in the polls. Tarek Fawzy/AP hide caption

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In Egypt's Vote, Islamists Expect Strong Showing

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Throngs Of Voters Cast Ballots In Alexandria

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Egyptian Protesters Plan To March Through Cairo

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Egyptians Discuss Burgeoning Crisis

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Egyptians attend a rally calling for a rapid transition from military to civilian rule following the February ouster of president Hosni Mubarak in Cairo's Tahrir Square. Mahmud Hams /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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