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Ghana's Mahama Accuses Foe of Undermining Confidence in Voting

President John Mahama accused Ghana's main opposition leader of deliberately undermining confidence in the voting process before Wednesday's election by failing to issue a clear call for peace whatever the outcome. The West African country prides itself on its record as a stable democracy with peaceful transitions of power, unusual in Africa, and civic leaders often call for a violence-free vote. But after a long court battle to settle the outcome of the 2012 vote, tensions...

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