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Liberians Vote for First Postwar President

With U.N. tanks and troops standing guard, Liberians waited in long lines Tuesday to vote for the country’s first postwar president, who many hope will bring stability to one of Africa’s most turbulent countries. Turnout appeared to be strong, with some voters lining up hours before the polls opened in churches, schools and long-shuttered banks. Many sat on benches or huddled under umbrellas to shelter them from the broiling tropical sun. Full Story

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