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Violence prompts re-opening of Congo polls

Dozens of polling stations reopened Monday in Congo’s second-largest city, offering citizens stymied by violence during their nation’s historic elections another chance to vote. Authorities opened 174 polling stations amid stepped-up security in the central Congo’s diamond-mining city of Mbuji-Mayi, where stations and voting materials were burned Sunday by people believed to be supporters of veteran politician Etienne Tshisekedi, said Hubert Tisuaka, an election official. Full Story

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