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May 5, 1988
A clash between rival political groups in the Ecuadorean port of Guayaquil left two people dead as the nation prepared for Sunday's election, authorities said. An Information Ministry spokesman said a fight broke out between sympathizers of presidential nominees Rodrigo Borja, a Social Democrat law professor, and Abdala Bucaram, a Populist former mayor of Guayaquil, and shots were fired, killing a supporter of each candidate.
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May 5, 1988
A clash between rival political groups in the Ecuadorean port of Guayaquil left two people dead as the nation prepared for Sunday's election, authorities said. An Information Ministry spokesman said a fight broke out between sympathizers of presidential nominees Rodrigo Borja, a Social Democrat law professor, and Abdala Bucaram, a Populist former mayor of Guayaquil, and shots were fired, killing a supporter of each candidate.
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