Madagascar's Strange Stand-off

The island nation of Madagascar is in the unique position of sorting out which of their two presidents is actually leading the country. One man is their constitutionally-elected president, but he's been banished from the capital. The other leads by popular demand, but has yet to win an election. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.



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