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000_1IZ1YW.jpg0 viewsA man fills in his ballot inside a voting booth at a polling station in the village of Mshana, some 15 km from the western city of Lviv, during Ukraine's parliamentary election on July 21, 2019. (Photo by Yuri DYACHYSHYN / AFP)
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000_1GT11Y.jpg4 viewsIndian supporters of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) hold colour smoke crackers as they celebrate on the vote results day for India's general election in Siliguri on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by DIPTENDU DUTTA / AFP)
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000_1GT11S.jpg3 viewsAn Indian supporter of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) jumps in the air as he celebrates along with others on the vote results day for India's general election in Siliguri on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by DIPTENDU DUTTA / AFP)
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000_1GT11R.jpg3 viewsIndian supporters of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) throw firecrackers as they celebrate on the vote results day for India's general election in Siliguri on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by DIPTENDU DUTTA / AFP)
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000_1GT4B0.jpg3 viewsA supporter of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wearing a mask of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi dances as he celebrates on the vote results day for India's general election in Bangalore on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1GT4AT.jpg3 viewsIndian supporters and party workers of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) put colour powder on their faces as they celebrate on the vote results day for India's general election in Bangalore on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1GT4AM.jpg3 viewsKarnataka Bharatiya Janatha Party (BJP) president B.S. Yeddyurappa (C) greets party workers, supporters and journalists as he arrives to the party office on the vote results day for India's general election on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1GT2PS.jpg2 viewsAn Indian supporter of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lets off a firecracker to celebrate the poll results for India's general election in Patna in Bihar state on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1GT1H1.jpg3 viewsIndian supporters and party workers of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wpose for photographs as they celebrate on the vote results day for India's general election in Bangalore on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by MANJUNATH KIRAN / AFP)
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000_1GT1CC.jpg4 viewsIndian members of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) eat and dance as they celebrate on the vote results day for India's general election at the party headquarters in Chennai on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1GT0V5.jpg3 viewsAn Indian supporter of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) shouts slogans and a cut-out of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as she celebrates on the vote results day for India's general election in Siliguri on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by DIPTENDU DUTTA / AFP)
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000_1GT0UA.jpg3 viewsIndian members of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) eat and dance as they celebrate on the vote results day for India's general election at party head quaters in Chennai on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1GT0MZ.jpg4 viewsIndian members of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) eat and dance as they celebrate on the vote results day for India's general election at party head quaters in Chennai on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1GT0MV.jpg2 viewsIndian members of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) hold the portrait of party president M.K. Stalin as they celebrate on the vote results day for India's general election in Chennai on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1GT0ML.jpg2 viewsAn Indian supporter of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wear a mask of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as she celebrates on the vote results day for India's general election in Chennai on May 23, 2019. - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looked on course on May 23 for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014. (Photo by ARUN SANKAR / AFP)
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000_1GN80W.jpg1 viewsAn Indian election officer (R) marks the toe of a physically challenged voter at a polling centre in Indore on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1GN19O.jpg1 viewsAn Indian voter looks on as he casts his vote at a polling booth in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN19M.jpg1 viewsIndian voter Baldev Singh (C) sits in a wheelchair as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN6J4.jpg1 viewsIndian Chief Minister of the eastern Indian state of West Bengal and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo, Mamata Banerjee (R) arrives to cast her vote at a polling station in Kolkata, on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1GN4YP.jpg0 viewsIndian voters queue at a polling station to cast their vote in Varanasi on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by SANJAY KANOJIA / AFP)
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000_1GN4YG.jpg0 viewsIndian voters pose for a picture as they show their ink-marked finger after casting their vote at a polling centre on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN4YE.jpg0 viewsIndian voters show their ink-marked finger after casting their vote at a polling centre in Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN4YA.jpg0 viewsIndian voter cast her vote at a polling centre near the India Pakistan Wagah border post, some 35 km from Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN4Y5.jpg0 viewsIndian voter cast her vote at a polling centre near the India Pakistan Wagah border post, some 35 km from Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN4UY.jpg0 viewsAn Indian, first time voter, shows his ink-marked finger after casting his vote at a polling centre near the India Pakistan Wagah border post, some 35 km from Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN4LX.jpg0 viewsA voter poses for a photograph after casting his vote at a polling station in Varanasi on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by SANJAY KANOJIA / AFP)
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000_1GN4LD.jpg0 viewsAn Indian election officer (R) marks the finger of a voter at a polling centre on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN4GG.jpg0 viewsSon Babar Aujla (R) and daughter Nighat Aujla (L) of Indian Congress party candidate for Amritsar's Parliament seat Gurjeet Singh Aujla (unseen), show their ink-marked finger after casting their vote at a polling centre in Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN04C.jpg0 viewsIndian voters walk in a street as they go to cast their votes in Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh state on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by SANJAY KANOJIA / AFP)
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000_1GN2HX.jpg2 viewsIndian Congress party candidate for Amritsar's Parliament seat, Gurjeet Singh Aujla, shows his ink-marked finger after casting his vote at a polling station in Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN2HF.jpg2 viewsIndian Congress party candidate for Amritsar's Parliament seat, Gurjeet Singh Aujla (C), along with his father Sarabjit Singh Aujla (2L), his mother Gurmeet Kaur (2R), his wife Undleed Roy Aujla (L), his daughter Nighat Aujla (R), and his son Babar Aujla (L behind) show their ink-marked finger after casting their vote at a polling station in Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN1PW.jpg2 viewsIndian voter Salona Haldar (C) shows her ink-marked finger as she holds her baby after casting her vote at a polling station in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN1PV.jpg2 viewsIndian voters queue to cast their ballots at a polling station in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN1HY.jpg2 viewsIndian voters queue to cast their votes at a polling station in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN1FO.jpg2 viewsIndian voters queue to cast their votes at a polling station in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN1D6.jpg2 viewsIndian voters queue to cast their votes at a polling station in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN1D3.jpg3 viewsAn Indian election official (R) marks the finger of voter Darshan Singh (L) as he prepares to cast his ballot at a polling station in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN1AR.jpg2 viewsIndian voters queue to cast their votes as an Border Security Force personnel stands guard at a polling station in a village on the outskirts of Amritsar on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP)
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000_1GN1A6.jpg2 viewsIndian voters queue to cast their votes as security, police and paramilitary personnel stand guard at the Calcutta Boy's School in Kolkata on May 19, 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by Amit Datta / AFP)
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000_1GN00Z.jpg2 viewsElderly Indian voter Kasturi Devi, 101, leaves helped by officials after casting her vote at a polling station in Patna on May 19 2019, during the 7th and final phase of India's general election. - Voting in one of India's most acrimonious elections in decades entered its final day on May 19 as Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi scrambled to hang on to his overall majority. (Photo by Sachin KUMAR / AFP)
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