Gambia Counts Marble Votes in First Post-Jammeh Election

Gambia Counts Marble Votes in First Post-Jammeh Election

Nearly 1 million registered voters were expected to drop marbles into one of six ballot bins, each adorned with the face and name of a candidate.
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