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Sierra Leone voters tune in for rare presidential debate


FREETOWN (Reuters) - Voters across Sierra Leone stayed glued to their radios and TVs deep into the night as candidates vying for the presidency of the West African nation faced off in the first ever debate to feature all the main candidates.

Hundreds packed into a conference centre in the capital Freetown where six candidates answered questions for three hours about the direction of a country still trying to bounce back from years of civil war and a devastating Ebola outbreak.

   

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