Election officials began counting ballots Sunday after the Central African Republic (CAR) voted in delayed legislative elections and a presidential run-off it hopes will bring peace after the worst sectarian violence since the country’s independence in 1960. CAR, who’s had to deal with coups, violence and misrule since declaring its independence from France, could take a step towards rebirth if the election process goes smoothly.
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