Violence Continues in Mexico as Election in Limbo Washington Post reporter Manuel Roig-Franzia talks about continuing protests in Mexico City following the disputed presidential election. A limited recount has been in process and is expected to end soon, but so far it appears Felipe Calderon, of the ruling National Action Party, is still in the lead.
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Violence Continues in Mexico as Election in Limbo

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Violence Continues in Mexico as Election in Limbo

Violence Continues in Mexico as Election in Limbo

Violence Continues in Mexico as Election in Limbo

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Washington Post reporter Manuel Roig-Franzia talks about continuing protests in Mexico City following the disputed presidential election. A limited recount has been in process and is expected to end soon, but so far it appears Felipe Calderon, of the ruling National Action Party, is still in the lead.