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Guinea Bissau Votes for President, Parliament

Voters in Guinea-Bissau stood in long lines Sunday to pick a new president and 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. The 2012 coup leader, Antonio Indjai, released two doves as a sign of peace after he voted, but declined to comment on the balloting.   Authorities say about 95 percent of potential voters registered.  But election officials say there has not been much of...

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