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Candidates promise unity in Central African Republic vote

BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) For more than two years, even going to the cemetery to bury a loved one could get a mourner killed too. The threat of attack from Christian militia fighters was once so high that Muslims here began burying their dead at home. Now the capital's largest Muslim cemetery has reopened just ahead of the country's landmark presidential runoff vote, with imams, the archbishop and ambassadors all gathering together to watch as the reddish earth was broken to once...

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