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Costa Ricans vote for president

Polls have closed in Costa Rica as the country votes for a new leader in an election which could see the return of former President Oscar Arias. With 77% of the votes counted, Mr Arias, head of the National Liberation Party, had 40.8% support compared with 40% for his rival Otton Solis.Centrist Mr Arias, 65, has enjoyed a big lead in opinion polls over his main rivals, Mr Solis and Otto Guevara. Mr Arias won the 1987 Nobel Peace Prize for work to halt regional conflict. Full Story

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