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Peru’s Garcia Leading Race for Runoff Spot

Former President Alan Garcia, whose 1985-1990 tenure was marked by economic disarray and a bloody insurgency, held a narrow lead Tuesday over a rival in the race to face Ollanta Humala in a presidential runoff vote. Humala, a fierce nationalist who has courted Peru’s poor majority with pledges to redistribute the country’s wealth, was assured a spot in the second round of voting with 31 percent support, based on 85 percent of votes counted from Sunday’s election. Full Story

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