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Romanian Mayor Wins Runoff Vote for President

The mayor of a city in central Romania who defeated the country's prime minister in a presidential runoff election has promised to crack down on corruption. Klaus Iohannis, 55, won about 54 percent of Sunday's vote, a surprising change from the first round of balloting in which he trailed Prime Minister Victor Ponta, 42, by 10 percent. President-elect Iohannis urged parliament on Monday to scrap a corruption amnesty bill, moving swiftly to make good on a campaign promise and...

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