South African Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu speaks during a mass at a cathedral of the neighborhood of Be-lair in Port-au-Prince
South African Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu speaks during a mass at a cathedral of the neighborhood of Bel-aire in Port-au-Prince, February 12, 2006. The prospects for a runoff election in Haiti's presidential race grew as former President Rene Preval's vote total fell below 50 percent, according to new results issued on Saturday. With 72 percent of the vote counted, Preval had 49.6 percent to 11.6 percent for another ex-president, Leslie Manigat, and 8.1 percent for industrialist Charles Baker. Preval needs a simple majority to avoid a runoff on March 19. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
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