Women queuing to vote dominated the front pages of Egyptian newspapers on the second day of the country's first post-Mubarak vote.
Posters for leftist candidate Khaled Ali in Abdel Moneim Reyad Square. In the background, the burned-out headquarters of Egypt's formerly ruling party.
Today's newspapers at a stand in Tahrir Square.
A man and woman read today's papers in front of graffiti in Tahrir Square.
Graffiti on the corner of Tahrir Square and Mohamed Mahmoud Street.
Women enter a polling station in Zamalek during the second day of voting.
Voters line up in front of one of the polling stations to cast their vote in the first phase of the presidential elections 2012, for both 23rd and 24th to return to take place on 16 and 17 of June.
A voter casts his ballot in Egypt's presidential election.
Former parliamentarian Hisham Mustafa Khalil visited polling stations in Zamalek, part of his former parliamentary district, during the presidential elections.
Two young Egyptians after voting. The girl in blue voted for Nasserist Handeen Sabbahi, the other girl declined to say.
Egypt's historic first free presidential elections kicks off. Female voters at a school turned to voting centers in Abdeen district, Cairo. Most were voting for the Freedom and Justice Party's candidate Mohamed Morsi.
Women pose after voting in Abdeen, Cairo.
A young woman proudly shows her ink-stained finger after casting her ballot in Egypt's first post-Mubarak presidential election.
Egyptian presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi votes and greets voters during the first democratic elections in Egyptian history.
Egyptian presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi standing in the queue waiting for his turn to vote.
A boy takes a photograph of two women after they voted inside a Zamalek polling station.
Egyptian presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi arrives to vote while talking to one of his supporters.