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Liberal politician Moon Jae-in won South Korea's presidential election Tuesday, an expected victory that would end nearly a decade of conservative rule and bring a more conciliatory approach toward North Korea.The exit poll by South Korea's three biggest broadcasters showed Moon, 64, capturing 41.4 percent of the votes in a field of 13 candidates.Moon is expected to be sworn in for a five-year term later Wednesday. Moon has criticized the two former conservative governments for failing to stop North Korea's weapons development.Moon believes better inter-Korean relations is the best way to provide security.
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