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>> For this Egyptian couple casting the votes in the country's presidential election is a team effort. Hebaragab carrying her sick husband on her back down on narrow flight upstairs to get to the polling station in Cairo. With no elevators and limited facilities for people with mobility problem's in Egypt's transport system, the thirty two year old mother of three is been helping her husband get around for almost six years.
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It makes for an outside few curious looks on the street of the Arab world's most populous nation.>>
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> I feel bad for her, but if I could, I'd given her the world.>> She's been carrying me for six years but when I had my she lived in Greece.
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>> Voting opened on Monday for three days with an easy win predicted for incumbent President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.