Both sides claim victory in Montenegro vote

Associated Press
Both sides claim victory in Montenegro vote

Presidential candidate and Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic casts his ballot at the polling station in Podgorica, Montenegro, Sunday, April 7, 2013. Voters in Montenegro on Sunday are choosing a president between the government-backed incumbent and an opposition leader who has demanded that NATO apologize for the 1999 bombing of the country while it was still part of Serb-led Yugoslavia. The presidential election is viewed as a popularity test for Montenegro's governing coalition which has ruled the tiny Balkan nation for more than two decades. Vujanovic, who is seeking his second term since Montenegro gained independence in 2006, is a strong advocate of Montenegro's integration into the European Union and NATO, and has been leading in the polls. (AP Photo/Risto Bozovic)

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