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Polls close in Goma in DR Congo elections

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Polling stations close in the eastern city of Goma, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. After two years of delays, crackdowns and political turmoil, the country voted in presidential elections that will determine the future of Africa's notoriously unstable giant. IMAGES

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