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Mexico’s Zocalo square bustles as crisis eases

Witness to a history of conquest, revolution and sacrifice, Mexico City’s Zocalo square returned to bustling normality on Sunday after leftists claiming vote fraud ended seven weeks of sit-in protests. Peanut sellers did a roaring trade and families on bikes sped across the giant concourse, occupied until Saturday by tents housing supporters of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the leftist who lost July’s presidential vote by an inch. Full Story

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