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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Local elections in the northern Brazilian city of Macapá, capital of Amapá state, slated for Sunday, November 15th,  have been postponed due to security concerns because of a state-wide power outage, according to a Supreme Electoral Court ruling.

Amapá, a remote state in the Amazon rainforest on the border with French Guiana, has been virtually without electricity for over a week since transformers were knocked out by a fire at . . .

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