Congo opposition, ruling coalition both say they've won chaotic election

An Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI) agent seals a ballot box in front of observers at the Kitendo voting center in Lubumbashi's Mapala district on December 30, 2018, following the close of polls in the country's presidential, provincial and national elections. After two years of delays, the Democratic Republic of Congo voted December 30 in presidential elections that will determine the future of Africa's notoriously unstable giant. / AFP / Caroline Thirion





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