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Africa seeks to make sense of chaotic US election

By DW
09 November 2020   |   2:00 pm
US Democratic candidate Joe Biden has secured enough votes to become the next US leader. President Donald Trump has alleged fraud. And Africans are watching events with a mixture of bemusement and concern.

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