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Senegal's Early Vote Tally Indicates Runoff Ahead

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Senegal awaits the results of the first round of Sunday's contentious presidential election. Unofficial tallies indicate a possible runoff between the sitting president and a former political ally. The vote was preceded by deadly violence — sparked by opposition to a third term bid by the West African nation's octogenarian leader.
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