By Manuel Mucari MAPUTO (Reuters) - Mozambique's Renamo opposition leader said on Saturday he would opt for dialogue with the ruling Frelimo party and not resort to violence after early results showed him losing an election he dubbed a charade. Afonso Dhlakama gave his pledge of negotiating differences with Frelimo at a news conference. Partial provisional results from Wednesday's vote indicate Frelimo and its presidential candidate Filipe Nyusi are headed for victory, ahead of Renamo's Dhlakama and Daviz Simango of the Mozambique Democratic Movement (MDM). ...
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