(From Guardian Unlimited)
Ollanta Humala appeared on course to narrowly win Peru's presidential election on Monday after moderating his firebrand left-wing image and promising to rule from the centre.
Unofficial results gave the former army officer 51.3% of the vote against 48.7% for Keiko Fujimori, the right-wing daughter of a disgraced former president, after a bruising campaign which polarised the country.
Humala's supporters celebrated on Sunday night hours after polls closed and Fujimori said she would concede - and not demand a recount - if official results confirmed the exit polls and unofficial tallies.
Bolivia's President Evo Morales did …