The Muslim Brotherhood claims its candidate, Mohamed Morsi, has defeated Ahmed Shafik to become Egypt's president.
The Islamist group said that 97% of all votes had been cast, though a count on the state-run Al-Ahram news website -- while showing Morsi ahead in the race -- suggested that millions more votes still needed to be counted.
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