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Colombians voted Sunday in the nation’s tightest presidential contest in two decades, a referendum on President Juan Manuel Santos’ bid to end the Western Hemisphere’s longest-running conflict. The right-wing challenger, Oscar Ivan Zuluaga, accuses Santos of selling the country out to a “criminal” insurgency that is already on the ropes with 18-month-old Cuba-based peace talks. Zuluaga is backed by former two-term President Alvaro Uribe, who many consider the true challenger.

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