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Angry demonstrators argue with police as people protest alleged vote counting irregularities, in Accra, Ghana, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012. Police fired water cannons and tear gas on hundreds of opposition party supporters who were protesting outside a house where they suspected ballots from the presidential and parliamentary election were being counted by a private company. Electoral commission spokesman Christian Owusu-Parry said the accusations were unfounded. (AP Photo/Christian Thompson)

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Angry demonstrators argue with police as people protest alleged vote counting irregularities, in Accra, Ghana, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012. Police fired water cannons and tear gas on hundreds of opposition party supporters who were protesting outside a house where they suspected ballots from the presidential and parliamentary election were being counted by a private company. Electoral commission spokesman Christian Owusu-Parry said the accusations were unfounded. (AP Photo/Christian Thompson)
Angry demonstrators argue with police as people protest alleged vote counting irregularities, in Accra, Ghana, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012. Police fired water cannons and tear gas on hundreds of opposition party supporters who were protesting outside a house where they suspected ballots from the presidential and parliamentary election were being counted by a private company. Electoral commission spokesman Christian Owusu-Parry said the accusations were unfounded. (AP Photo/Christian Thompson)
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