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Guinea opposition cries foul in long-delayed local elections

Guinean opposition leaders on Sunday denounced the west African country's long-delayed local elections as fraudulent, citing vote rigging in polling stations across the west African country. "There is fraud at the national level," said former prime minister Sidya Toure after polls closed at 1800 GMT. "We are seeing problems, especially concerning ink, in a lot of polling stations," added Toure, who heads the opposition Union of Republican Forces (UFR).
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