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Rwandan Opposition Leader Urges a ‘No’ Vote in Referendum

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A Rwandan opposition leader is asking Rwandans to vote “no” during Thursday and Friday’s national referendum that would allow President Paul Kagame to run for a third seven-year term in 2017.  Kagame, 58, headed the army that ended the 1994 Rwandan genocide and ousted Hutu extremists from power. He had been Rwanda's vice president and became president himself in 2000 after the resignation of his predecessor.  Frank Habineza, leader and founder of the Democratic Green...

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