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Liberia election: Ex-football star George Weah takes early lead

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Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()

Liberia election: Ex-football star George Weah takes early leadPartial results put George Weah ahead in the race to choose a successor to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
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News video: Liberia braces for election results, opposition party cries foul

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One of Liberia’s main opposition parties has called for a halt in announcing the result of “Tuesday’s presidential election”: http://www.euronews.com/2017/10/11/vote-counting-underway-in-liberias-landmark-election, citing irregularities in the vote. The Liberty Party’s candidate Charles...

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