After a bitter election campaign, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff holds a narrow lead over challenger Aecio Neves despite the nation's sluggish growth
RIO DE JANEIRO—Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff leads opposition contender Aecio Neves 51-to-49 per cent with 96.5 per cent of the vote counted in Sunday’s presidential election.
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