Populist's Win Leads to Election Runoff in Brazil

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NPR's Martin Kaste reports from Rio de Janeiro on left-wing candidate Lums Inacio "Lula" da Silva's capture of about 47-percent of the vote in Brazil's presidential elections yesterday. The Worker's Party leader now must win a run-off in three weeks against center-right candidate, Josi Serra.



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