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2006-04-09 11:34:59

By Robin Emmott LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Peruvians voted for a new president on Sunday in a tight race pitting a leftist vowing a "revolution" for the poor against an ex-president who left the country in economic chaos and a business-friendly conservative bidding to be Peru's first female leader.

2006-04-09 09:02:45

By Robin Emmott LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Deeply div

2006-04-09 08:57:01

LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Polls opened at 8 a.m. on Sunday for Peru's general election, in which pre-vote surveys have given a slight lead to a leftist nationalist vowing "a revolution to give Peru's riches to the poor." Polls remain open until 4 p.m.

2006-04-09 02:03:09

By Kevin Gray LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Deeply divid

2006-04-08 19:56:30

By Patricia Zengerle LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Truck

2006-04-08 19:23:12

LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Leftist Ollanta Humala holds a slight lead in Peru's election race, and former President Alan Garcia is tied with pro-business candidate Lourdes Flores for second place, a poll showed on Saturday.

2006-04-08 19:22:09

LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Leftist Ollanta Humala holds a slight lead in Peru's election race, and former President Alan Garcia is tied with pro-business candidate Lourdes Flores for second place, a poll showed on Saturday.

2006-04-08 18:31:56

LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Leftist Ollanta Humala holds a slight lead in Peru's election race, and former President Alan Garcia is tied with pro-business candidate Lourdes Flores for second place, a poll showed on Saturday. The survey by Apoyo showed Humala with 27 percent of voter support.

2006-04-07 17:53:54

By Kevin Gray LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Nationalist Ollanta Humala was seen keeping his lead in Peru's weekend presidential election but polls were divided on Friday on whether pro-business candidate Lourdes Flores or former President Alan Garcia would advance to a run-off.

2006-04-07 13:17:10

By Kevin Gray LIMA, Peru (Reuters) - Nationalist


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