LUSAKA, Zambia – Zambia, often praised for its democracy and healthy economy, now faces a presidential election with high tensions on both fronts.
This southern African country votes Thursday amid concerns about political violence and local media restrictions, as well as economic problems caused by the drop in the price of its main export, copper.
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