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Egypt Islamists claim most seats in election runoff

Egypt's Islamists claimed victory in the first round of parliamentary elections since President Hosni Mubarak was forced out of office in February. The relatively moderate Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party on Wednesday said on its website that it had won 34 seats in the runoff election. Hardline Al Nour Salafi Party won five seats, [...]
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