Doctor Optimistic about Congo Vote

Results for the presidential election held Sunday in the Democratic Republic of Congo — the first free election in the nation in more than 40 years — are not expected for several more weeks. Dr. Oscar Kashala, a Harvard-educated Congolese-American, is feeling pretty good about his chances. He talks with Alex Chadwick about the historic vote.

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