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Vote counting starts in Chad presidential elections

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The last voters cast their ballot before polls close in Chad's presidential elections at 5pm local time (1600 GMT) and vote counting begins. President Idriss Deby Itno, ruler for the last three decades, is set to win a sixth term. IMAGES

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