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Voters Unsure Madagascar Election Will End Crisis

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Voters in Madagascar are returning to the polls Friday to elect a new president and parliament. Hopes are high that the new leadership will end a five-year political and economic crisis in the Indian Ocean island nation, where a former mayor of the capital, Antananarivo, ousted a democratically elected president in 2009.    The election runoff is being held after the first round on October 25 failed to produce an outright winner.  Richard Jean-Louis Robinson of the Avana...

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