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Colombian Presidential Vote Heads for Runoff

Colombia's opposition presidential candidate beat the president in the first round of elections that could determine whether the country continues peace talks with Marxist guerrillas or steps up its military offensive to end a 50-year war.   Oscar Ivan Zuluaga, a former finance minister, won 29 percent of the vote Sunday, while President Juan Manuel Santos trailed with 26 percent among five candidates.   The two men now go into a runoff on June 15 and will spend the next...

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