Egypt elections: Brotherhood's Mursi wins first round

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The results from the country's first free presidential elections show that the Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Mursi won the first round with 24.3% of the vote.

Ahmed Shafiq came in a close second, with one percentage point less. They will face each other in a run-off vote next month.

Jon Leyne looks at the two presidential contenders.

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