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November 13, 2005 
Harvard-trained ex-finance minister Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (R), who is poised to become Liberia's next... 
Monrovia, Liberia 
Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf attends church service in Monrovia 
Harvard-trained ex-finance minister Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (R), who is poised to become Liberia's next president and Africa's first elected female president, talks with a member the congregation at the United Methodist Church after Sunday service in the capital Monrovia November 13, 2005. Johnson-Sirleaf had 59.6 percent of the vote, compared with soccer star George Weah's 40.4 percent, with 99.3 percent of the ballots counted, the National Elections Commission said. Weah's party demanded a rerun of Liberia's presidential runoff vote, saying the poll he had lost was unfair. REUTERS/Claire Soares 
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