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Senegal votes in tumultuous poll
Incumbent Wade's controversial bid for a third term tests nation's democratic credentials after weeks of protests.
Last Modified: 26 Feb 2012 13:37

Senegal is going to the polls, with incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade's contentious bid for a third term having sparked deadly protests in one of Africa's most stable countries.

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