Sierra Leone's incumbent President Ernest Bai Koroma votes during presidential elections in the capital Freetown

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Sierra Leone's incumbent President Ernest Bai Koroma votes during presidential elections in the capital Freetown
Sierra Leone's incumbent President Ernest Bai Koroma votes during presidential elections in the capital Freetown November 17, 2012. Sierra Leoneans vote on Saturday in elections they hope can propel the small West African state into an era of prosperity based on mining and oil after a decade of difficult recovery from civil war. The presidential and parliamentary polls, the third held since the end of the 1991-2002 conflict, pit Koroma and his ruling All People's Congress (APC) against challenger Julius Maada Bio, a former junta leader who represents the Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP). REUTERS/Joe Penney
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