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Long Lines, Technical Problems Reported as Nigerians Go to the Polls

Millions of Nigerians turned out to choose a new president Saturday, with incumbent Goodluck Jonathan seeking another term, and his main rival, Muhammadu Buhari, arguing that corruption, a faltering economy and a failure to quash the Boko Haram insurgency meant it was time for a change. After a six-week postponement caused by Boko Haram security concerns, thousands of polling stations opened around the country, with scattered reports of violence, delays and technical...

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