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Expatriate vote tightens race

A former congresswoman was nibbling away Sunday at the paper-thin lead held by an ex-president in the battle for a spot in Peru’s presidential runoff against Ollanta Humala, a left-leaning nationalist former army officer. The latest results from election officials showed that with almost 90 percent of the votes counted from the April 9 election, moderate leftist Alan García had 24.4 percent of the vote compared to 23.5 percent for Lourdes Flores, a pro-business conservative. Full Story

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