CAR elections: Polls close amid threat of violence

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Central African Republic officials are counting votes after Sunday's elections where people defied threats of violence to turn out in large numbers.
Rebel groups some of which the government says are linked to former President Francois Bozize threatened to march on the capital and disrupt a vote they say is rigged.
President Faustin-Archange Touadera is the frontrunner and is seeking a second term

Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi reports from the capital Bangui, the Central African Republic.

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Central African Republic
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2020 car elections, un peacekeeping forces, anti-balaka, central african republic
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