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Guinea-Bissau votes Sunday for a president and a parliament, the country's first election since a military coup two years ago disrupted a presidential race as it headed to a second round runoff. Sunday's vote has been pushed back three times. In the run-up to the poll, the electoral commission did a massive voter registration campaign that authorities say covered 95 percent of potential voters. However, election officials say there has not been much of an education campaign in the...

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