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Factbox: Guatemalan former first lady, surgeon in run-off for presidency

Reuters Sunday, 11 August 2019
Guatemalans on Sunday vote in a second round run-off election for a new president who is likely to face a major challenge coping with a deal signed with Washington in July to turn the country into a buffer zone to stem migration.
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