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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

2006-04-07 09:52:07

By Robin Emmott TRUJILLO, Peru (Reuters) - With h

2006-04-06 20:57:07

By Patricia Zengerle AREQUIPA, Peru (Reuters) - Thousands of brightly clad Peruvians rallied to mark the formal end of campaigning on Thursday as pollsters said nationalist Ollanta Humala remained ahead in the presidential race but was unlikely to win in the first round.


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dittany
  • An aromatic woolly plant (Origanum dictamnus) native to Crete, formerly believed to have magical powers.
The word 'dittany' may come from the name of Mount Diktē in Crete, where it was supposed to grow.
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