Delays blight Congo’s presidential vote as opposition cries foul


By Giulia Paravicini and Fiston Mahamba KINSHASA (Reuters) – Long queues, broken-down machines and torrential rain in the capital disrupted voting in Democratic Republic of Congo’s long-anticipated presidential poll on Sunday, as the opposition alleged widespread irregularities. Polling stations remained open after the scheduled 5 p.m.

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