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# Too close to call

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Trudeau on the brink as Canada goes to the polls in tight election
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau risks losing his majority in what’s expected to be one of Canada’s closest elections ever.
'Make Israel normal again': The stakes are high for Netanyahu in an unprecedented election
It’s the first time in Israeli history that two elections will be held in one year.
Opinion poll puts Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil neck and neck
Just one percentage point separates the two parties.
Election count underway in Australia with top parties neck and neck
Leaders of the major parties have each promised to bring stability to a government long mired in chaos.
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil almost neck and neck in latest opinion poll
Is a second election on the cards?
What you need to know about the election that no one can predict
In a closely-fought race it appears neither the Conservatives nor Labour will emerge victorious on 7 May.
Confirmed: The Socialist Party takes a second Dáil seat in Dublin West
Ruth Coppinger joins Joe Higgins in the Dáil as the strong left vote in Dublin West paid dividends for the Socialists.