Egypt waits for presidential poll result as tensions rise

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The results of Egypt's presidential run-off has been delayed by the election authorities, further raising tension across the polarised country.

They had been due to be announced on Thursday, but the election commission said it needed more time to look into complaints presented by the candidates.

Meanwhile, 84-year-old ex-President Hosni Mubarak remains in critical condition.

Shaimaa Khalil reports.

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