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    Ex-President Wins Chilean Election

    Chilean presidential candidate Michelle Bachelet waves after winning Chile's presidential elections, in Santiago December 15, 2013. Bachelet was elected as Chile's president again on Sunday in a landslide victory that should hand the center-leftist the mandate she sought to push ahead with wide-reaching reforms.       REUTERS/Maglio Perez (CHILE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) - RTX16KCG

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    She's back. Former President Michelle Bachelet won her second Chilean presidential election with nearly 62 percent of the 90 percent of votes counted in a run-off. Bachelet previously served as head of the country from 2006-2010, and has now become the first two-term leader in Chile since Gen. Augusto Pinochet. "I am happy with the result and victory and I shall be a president for everyone in Chile," she said.

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