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    • Men search for their names on a list of registered voters outside a polling station in Kidal, Mali, shortly after the opening of polls, July 28, 2013. 
    • Election workers count votes at a station that reported a high voter turnout in Kidal, Mali, July 28, 2013. 
    • A Malian woman with her voting card in her hand goes to cast her vote in Bamako, Mali, July 28, 2013. 
    • A man is patted down by a United Nations peacekeeper outside the main polling place in Kidal, Mali, July 28, 2013. 
    • Election workers count votes at a station that reported a high voter turnout in Kidal, Mali, July 28, 2013. 
    • A French soldier stands guard as election workers unload ballot boxes containing election materials at the main polling station in Kidal, Mali, July 28, 2013. 
    • People queue to vote during Mali's presidential election in Timbuktu, Mali, July 28, 2013.
    • Young man glues campaign posters for Ibrahim Boubacar Keita on top of a pair posters for rival Dramane Dembele, Gao, Mali, July 25, 2013.
    • Supporters of presidential candidate Cheick Modibo Diarra distribute campaign flyers from the back of a moped as they ride in a campaign caravan through the streets of Bamako, Mali, July 20, 2013.

    Mali Awaits Presidential Election Results

    Published July 29, 2013

    Malians voted July 28, 2013 in numbers that many think will set a new record in a country where voter turnout has never been more than 40 percent.


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