Madagascar: Rajaonarimampianina casts his vote in 2018 election

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Presidential candidate Hery Rajaonarimampianina votes in the first round of Madagascar's 2018 election. Rajaonarimampianina is one of three leading candidates, all of whom are former heads of state, now facing-off amid efforts to defuse a political crisis.
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