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Fears Of Violence Over Congo Election Results

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Official results are scheduled to be released Tuesday, after last week's disputed presidential election in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Partial results released so far show the incumbent in the lead. But opposition candidates are crying fraud and threatening to reject the outcome of the vote, raising fears that any protests could turn violent.
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