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Guatemala center-left candidate concedes defeat in presidential election

Reuters Monday, 12 August 2019
Guatemalan center-left candidate and former first lady Sandra Torres has conceded defeat to her conservative rival Alejandro Giammattei in the country's presidential election on Sunday, an official for her campaign said in a news conference.
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