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Peru Election May Take Weeks to Call

A shrinking margin separated two presidential hopefuls in Peruvian elections a week after the April 9 vote, as a moderate-left former president and conservative former congresswoman both sought a spot in a runoff. With delays in the vote count, it could be weeks before Peruvians know who will face nationalist former army officer Ollanta Humala in the second round in late May or June. Results Sunday showed that with almost 90 percent of the ballots counted, the potential second-place finishers were separated by 95,619 votes. Full Story

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