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1. 2017-08-04 President Paul Kagame wins by landslide Rwanda
2. 2016-02-21 Uganda leader Museveni declared winner Uganda
3. 2015-07-24 Pierre Nkurunziza wins third term Burundi
E. 2015-04-26 Deadly Burundi protests after president seeks third term Bujumbura, Burundi
F. 2011-12-21 Police 'killed 24 civilians' after elections Congo
G. 2011-12-09 Plea for calm after DR Congo poll Congo
2011-12-09 Joseph Kabila 're-elected' Congo
I. 2011-11-27 DR Congo poll on despite violence Congo

DR Congo poll on despite violence Opposition defiant president wins election. Uganda Yoweri Museveni wins fresh term  Uganda: Yoweri Museveni has been declared the winner of presidential elections, extending his 25 years in power, taking 68% of the vote in the poll Southern Sudan votes to split from north Map of Southern Sudan  Final results of last month's referendum show an overwhelming majority of southern Sudanese voted to split from the north 99% vote to split in Southern Sudan Map of Southern Sudan
President Paul Kagame wins by landslide  Rwanda: The electoral commission in Rwanda has announced that President Paul Kagame has won a third term in office with a landslide Uganda leader Museveni declared winner  President Yoweri Museveni extended his 30-year grip on power after the commission declared him the winner despite an outcry from the opposit... Pierre Nkurunziza wins third term  Burundi: The president has won a controversial third term, taking nearly 70% of the vote, according to provisional results from the electoral commission Deadly Burundi protests after president seeks third term   At least two people have been killed in violent clashes in Burundi, a day after President Pierre Nkurunziza launched his bid for a third term... UN approves peacekeepers for CAR  UN Security Council: The council has voted to send a 12,000-strong force to the Central African Republic. UN chief Ban Ki-moon has warned of 'ethno-religious cle... Police 'killed 24 civilians' after elections  Congo: At least 24 people have been killed by police in the Democratic Republic of Congo since last month's disputed elections, a US rights group has...   Plea for calm after DR Congo poll  There have been appeals for calm in the Democratic Republic of Congo following the victory of President Joseph Kabila in disputed elections Joseph Kabila 're-elected'


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  Congo: President Joseph Kabila obtained 49% of the vote against 32% for veteran opposition leader Etienne Tshisekedi
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  98.83% of Southern Sudanese voted to split from the north, organizers reported, marking the first complete preliminary results
 The referendum on whether to declare independence from the government in the north is part of a peace agreement. The war was between a government dominated by Arab Muslims against black Christians or animists in the south. Several million voters cast ballots, including expatriates in other countries. A majority of oil reserves are in the south.

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  Tens of thousands of people across Southern Sudan went to the polls in a historic referendum that they say is a vote for freedom
Jan.8 Kiir in Sudan pre-vote peace call. Southern Sudan Jan.3 Eyes out for potential vote spoilers. Southern Sudan

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Dec.28 Ballots delivered for Sudan vote   Southern Sudan: More than 4 million such ballots, each carries two pictures: One hand signifies independence; two hands, a unified Sudan Dec.23 Preparations under way for Sudan vote
. Southern Sudan Oct.7 U.N. delegation underscores Sudan vote   Southern Sudan: Members of the council in their visit to southern Sudan, supporting for the referendum vote that could lead to the region's independence Aug.11 Kagame re-elected in landslide  Rwanda: President Paul Kagame has won re-election with 93 percent of the vote. Turnout was registered at just over 95 percent

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Nov.16 Poll loser rejects result
  Congo: Presidential candidate Jean-Pierre Bemba said he would use all legal channels to contest the result Nov.15 Kabila named winner of vote
  Congo: Incumbent President was declared the winner of tense runoff election, defeating his ex-rebel leader rival
 Joseph Kabila has appealed for calm in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Kabila won 58.05% of the vote, ahead of Jean-Pierre Bemba who got 41.9%
Kabila close to DR Congo victory
Oct.28 War-ravaged Congo goes to polls  The president faced off against a former rebel chief as a high-stakes runoff began Jul.29 Congo goes to polls first time in decades
  17,000 U.N. troops and 2,000 European Union troops -- is on standby
Feb.25 Museveni won presidential race  Uganda: Longtime incumbent leader has won the race, but the closest runner-up says he plans to challenge the results Feb.22 Ugandans begin presidential vote  The nation's first multi-party presidential elections in 25 years

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Aug.25   President claims landslide  Rwanda: After around half the votes had been counted, Paul Kagame had won more than 94%


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