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South Korea's presidential candidate Park Geun-Hye of the ruling New Frontier Party waves to her supporters during her election campaign in Seoul on December 15, 2012. South Korea's tight presidential race heated up with rivals trading accusations of rumor mongering and illegal electioneering ahead of December 19's vote.  AFP  / JUNG YEON-JE
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