epa03123170 Senegalese women wait to vote in a polling station in the 400 year old village of Ngor, Dakar, Senegal 26 February 2012. Citizens of Senegal the West African nation of 12.5 million cast their ballots in presidential elections Sunday. The country once regarded as a beacon of democracy in the troubled West African region has been plagued by violent demonstrations against incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade's re-election bid in the weeks preceeding the elections. At the heart of the issue is the contoversial descision by the country's top judges who ruled in favour of president Abdoulaye Wade's bid to seek a third term in office. EPA/NIC BOTHMA
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