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063_1183986290.jpgPresidential Candidates Speak At J Street Conference0 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 28: Democratic presidential candidate and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg (R) is welcomed to the stage by former Obama Administration official Ben Rhodes during the J Street National Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center October 28, 2019 in Washington, DC. Buttigieg and three other presidential candidates were interviewed about Israel and U.S. foreign policy during the conference hosted by J Street, a political action committee that supports two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1183986084.jpgPresidential Candidates Speak At J Street Conference0 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 28: Democratic presidential candidate and former housing secretary Julian Castro takes the stage during the J Street National Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center October 28, 2019 in Washington, DC. Castro and three other presidential candidates were interviewed about Israel and U.S. foreign policy during the conference hosted by J Street, a political action committee that supports two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1183985848.jpgPresidential Candidates Speak At J Street Conference0 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 28: Democratic presidential candidate and former housing secretary Julian Castro is interviewed by former Obama Administration officials Ben Rhodes and Tommy Vietor during the J Street National Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center October 28, 2019 in Washington, DC. Buttigieg and three other presidential candidates were interviewed about Israel and U.S. foreign policy during the conference hosted by J Street, a political action committee that supports two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1183985790.jpgPresidential Candidates Speak At J Street Conference0 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 28: Democratic presidential candidate and former housing secretary Julian Castro is interviewed by former Obama Administration officials Ben Rhodes and Tommy Vietor during the J Street National Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center October 28, 2019 in Washington, DC. Buttigieg and three other presidential candidates were interviewed about Israel and U.S. foreign policy during the conference hosted by J Street, a political action committee that supports two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1183985770.jpgPresidential Candidates Speak At J Street Conference0 viewsWASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 28: Democratic presidential candidate and former housing secretary Julian Castro (R) is welcomed to the stage by former Obama Administration officials Ben Rhodes (C) and Tommy Vietor during the J Street National Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center October 28, 2019 in Washington, DC. Buttigieg and three other presidential candidates were interviewed about Israel and U.S. foreign policy during the conference hosted by J Street, a political action committee that supports two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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000_1LT13M.jpg0 viewsPedro Sanchez, Spanish incumbent prime minister and socialist candidate for November 10 general election, presents the Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) campaign at a hotel in Madrid on October 28, 2019. (Photo by JAVIER SORIANO / AFP)
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000_1LS0JF.jpg0 viewsAn Omani woman casts her ballot at a polling station in the Gulf state's northeastern town of Izki during consultative council elections, on October 27, 2019. - Omanis are voting to renew their Majlis al-Shura, an 85-member consultative council whose powers are limited in a country where the longtime ruler Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said holds all major government posts. (Photo by MOHAMMED MAHJOUB / AFP)
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000_1LS0J3.jpg0 viewsAn Omani man casts his ballot at a polling station in the Gulf state's northeastern city of Nizwa during consultative council elections, on October 27, 2019. - Omanis are voting to renew their Majlis al-Shura, an 85-member consultative council whose powers are limited in a country where the longtime ruler Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said holds all major government posts. (Photo by MOHAMMED MAHJOUB / AFP)
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000_1LS0GP.jpg0 viewsAn Omani man casts his ballot at a polling station in the northeastern town of Izki during consultative council elections, on October 27, 2019. - Omanis are voting to renew their Majlis al-Shura, an 85-member consultative council whose powers are limited in a country where the longtime ruler Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said (pictured in potrait on the wall) holds all major government posts. (Photo by MOHAMMED MAHJOUB / AFP)
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000_1LP8J6.jpg0 viewsA supporter of opposition presidential candidate of the Comunidad Ciudadana (CC) party Carlos Mesa wears a Guy Fawkes mask during clashes with supporters of Bolivian President and presidential candidate for the Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) party, Evo Morales, in La Guardia, 13 Km from Santa Cruz, Bolivia on October 24, 2019, after Sunday'sm election. - Bolivian President Evo Morales declared victory Thursday in elections whose disputed results have triggered riots, a general strike and opposition charges that he is trying to steal the election to secure a fourth straight term. (Photo by DANIEL WALKER / AFP)
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000_1LP8IN.jpg1 viewsA supporter of opposition presidential candidate of the Comunidad Ciudadana (CC) party Carlos Mesa walks past a burning barricade during clashes with supporters of Bolivian President and presidential candidate for the Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) party, Evo Morales, in La Guardia, 13 Km from Santa Cruz, Bolivia on October 24, 2019, after Sunday'sm election. - Bolivian President Evo Morales declared victory Thursday in elections whose disputed results have triggered riots, a general strike and opposition charges that he is trying to steal the election to secure a fourth straight term. (Photo by DANIEL WALKER / AFP)
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000_1LO4LG.jpg0 viewsA supporter of Bolivian opposition candidate Carlos Mesa is assisted after being wounded during clashes with supporters of president Evo Morales over disputed poll results, in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on October 23, 2019. - Bolivia's opposition launched a general strike on Wednesday amid protests and disturbances over disputed election results that pointed to another term for President Evo Morales, who linked the stoppage to a right wing coup. (Photo by DANIEL WALKER / AFP)
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000_1LO1XR.jpg0 viewsA polling officer explains the ballot paper to a voter at the Ntebogang Community Junior School polling station in Kanye, on October 23, 2019. - The general election happens in Botswana on October 23, 2019. (Photo by Monirul Bhuiyan / AFP)
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000_1LO1XP.jpg0 viewsA woman casts her vote at the Ntebogang Community Junior School polling station in Kanye, on October 23, 2019. - The general election happens in Botswana on October 23, 2019. (Photo by Monirul Bhuiyan / AFP)
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000_1LN82X.jpg0 viewsAn aerial photograph shows voters waiting in a queue to cast their vote in a polling station in Gaborone on October 23, 2019. - The general election happens in Botswana on October 23, 2019. (Photo by Monirul Bhuiyan / AFP)
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063_1177523340.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Holds Election Night Watch Party In Montreal4 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Liberal Leader and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau waves alongside his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau after delivering his victory speech at his election night headquarters on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau remains in power with a Minority Government. Cole Burston/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177441025.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election1 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is surrounded by his family as he casts his vote on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177438973.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election0 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, accompanied by his youngest son Hadrien Trudeau, waits in line to cast his vote on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177438970.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election0 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, accompanied by his youngest son Hadrien Trudeau, waits in line to cast his vote on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177438968.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election0 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, accompanied by his youngest son Hadrien Trudeau, waits in line to cast his vote on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177438967.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election1 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, accompanied by his youngest son Hadrien Trudeau (hidden) waits in line to cast his vote on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435528.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election0 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives to cast his vote on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435466.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election0 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau arrive to cast his vote on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435201.jpgPrime Minister Justin Trudeau Votes In Canada's General Election0 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives to cast his vote with his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and son Xavier Trudeau on election day at a polling station on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435078.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435074.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435067.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435059.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177435057.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People line up to vote at a polling station at Trinity Community Rec Center for Canada's 43rd general election October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck and neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177414758.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People walk past election signs on October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Today is Canada's 43rd general election and Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck in neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177414745.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 21: People walk past election signs on October 21, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Today is Canada's 43rd general election and Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau is neck in neck with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer as they both attempt to be elected the country's Prime Minister. Brett Gundlock/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1177444564.jpgCanadians Head To The Polls For The National Election1 viewsMONTREAL, QC - OCTOBER 21: A campaign sign for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is posted in front of his campaign bus outside a polling station on election day on October 21, 2019 in Montreal, Canada. Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are in a close race in the federal election, possibly leading to a minority government if neither candidate gets the 170 seats needed to form a majority. Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images/AFP
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063_1176891035.jpgConservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer Campaigns Ahead Of Canadian Elections0 viewsTORONTO, ON - OCTOBER 19: Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada Andrew Scheer speaks as he campaigns at a Hindu temple on October 19, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. Scheer will be facing off against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Canada's election day held on October 21. Cole Burston/Getty Images/AFP
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000_1LL1QQ.jpg0 viewsSwiss Green Party President Regula Rytz (C) reacts with party members upon the announcement of the first results during the general election on October 20, 2019 in Switzerland's capital Bern. - Switzerland was voting on October 20, 2019 in national elections that could see unprecedented gains for parties demanding bold climate action and a possible slip for the anti-immigrant right-wing. (Photo by FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP)
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000_1LL1LA.jpg0 viewsSwiss Green Party president MP Regula Rytz (2nd L) reacts with party members at their meeting place waiting for the first results during the general election on October 20, 2019 in Switzerland's capital Bern. - Switzerland was voting on October 20, 2019 in national elections that could see unprecedented gains for parties demanding bold climate action and a possible slip for the anti-immigrant right-wing. (Photo by FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP)
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000_1LK78R.jpg0 viewsArgentinian President Mauricio Macri (C) waves next to his running mate Miguel Angel Pichetto (L) and First Lady Juliana Awada during a campaign rally near the Obelisk, in Buenos Aires, on October 19, 2019. - Macri will seek a second term on next October 27 presidential election. (Photo by ALEJANDRO PAGNI / AFP)
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000_1LK7B5.jpg0 viewsSupporters of Argentinian President Mauricio Macri attend a campaign rally with a signs reading "Mistakes can be corrected but immorality can't" and "Strength Governor. You already won because you have the values and the courage of true leaders", referring to Buenos Aires province Governor Maria Eugenia Vidal, near the Obelisk, in Buenos Aires, on October 19, 2019. - Macri will seek a second term on next October 27 presidential election. (Photo by ALEJANDRO PAGNI / AFP)
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000_1LK7B3.jpg0 viewsSupporters of Argentinian President Mauricio Macri attend a campaign rally near the Obelisk, in Buenos Aires, on October 19, 2019. - Macri will seek a second term on next October 27 presidential election. (Photo by ALEJANDRO PAGNI / AFP)
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000_1LK7B0.jpg0 viewsSupporters of Argentinian President Mauricio Macri attend a campaign rally with a sign reading "More Republic, No to populism" near the Obelisk, in Buenos Aires, on October 19, 2019. - Macri will seek a second term on next October 27 presidential election. (Photo by ALEJANDRO PAGNI / AFP)
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000_1LK7AZ.jpg1 viewsSupporters of Argentinian President Mauricio Macri attend a campaign rally with a sign reading "Bergoglio stop operating", referring to Pope Francis, near the Obelisk, in Buenos Aires, on October 19, 2019. - Macri will seek a second term on next October 27 presidential election. (Photo by ALEJANDRO PAGNI / AFP)
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