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Congo's electoral chief announced the provisional results naming opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi as the new president. The Catholic Church immediately challenged the results based on observations.

Congo’s Powerful Catholic Church Disputes Results Of Presidential Election

By Ofeibea Quist-Arcton NPR
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