It's official: first-round results are in for Egypt's parliamentary elections, and the country's two biggest Islamist parties captured a big majority. The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party grabbed 36.6 percent, while the hardline Nour Party captured 24.4 percent, for a combined 60.1 percent. Although the strong showing worries liberal parties, the two groups have so far refused a coalition. Two more rounds of voting are scheduled over the next month.
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