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Observers Fear Violence-Marred Election In Senegal

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With just two days left before Senegal's presidential election, mediation efforts are underway to try to calm a political standoff in the West African nation that has led to violent protests. There is resistance the the 85-year-old incumbent seeking a third term.
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