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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_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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000_1LL943.jpg1 viewsBollywood actress Isha Koppikar shows her inked finger after casting his vote at a polling station during the state assembly election in Mumbai on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Sujit Jaiswal / AFP)
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000_1LL95I.jpg0 viewsBollywood actor Sohail Khan with his wife Seema Khan show their inked fingers after casting his vote at a polling station during the state assembly election, in Mumbai on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Sujit Jaiswal / AFP)
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000_1LL93S.jpg0 viewsBollywood actor Dia Mirza shows her inked finger after casting his vote at a polling station during the state assembly election in Mumbai on October 21, 2019. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1LL8NS.jpg0 viewsPeople show their inked fingers at a voter's selfie point after casting their votes during the state assembly election in Mumbai on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP)
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000_1LL8F9.jpg0 viewsA differently-abled voter is helped by his wife as he leaves after casting his vote at a polling station during the state assembly election in Mumbai on October 21, 2019. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP)
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000_1LJ47C.jpg0 viewsIndia's Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) gestures while speaking to Chief Minister of the state Devendra Fadnavis (L) as they attend a public rally in the run up to the Maharashtra state assembly elections, in Mumbai on October 18, 2019. - The western Indian state of Maharashtra, currently ruled by an alliance of the Modi led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and right-wing Hindu party Shiv Sena, goes to polls on October 21. (Photo by Indranil MUKHERJEE / AFP)
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000_1KT3FH.jpg0 viewsA security guard shows his finger marked with ink as he holds a weapon a day after he casts his vote in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT3FG.jpg0 viewsA security guard shows his finger marked with ink as he holds a weapon a day after he casts his vote in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT3FF.jpg0 viewsA security guard shows his finger marked with ink as he holds a weapon a day after he casts his vote in Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1X5.jpg1 viewsA girl and a burqa-clad woman walk at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1X4.jpg0 viewsA burqa-clad woman walks at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1UW.jpg0 viewsA girl vendor (2R) carries snacks to sell on a road at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1UT.jpg0 viewsA girl vendor (2R) carries snacks to sell on a road at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1OG.jpg0 viewsChildren carry snacks to sell and water on a road at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1OB.jpg0 viewsChildren carry snacks to sell and water on a road at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1O7.jpg0 viewsA man looks on as he washes clothes at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1O6.jpg0 viewsA shopkeeper looks on as he sits inside his shop at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1O4.jpg0 viewsA child sells boiled eggs at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1O2.jpg0 viewsA shopkeeper looks on as he sits inside his shop at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1NK.jpg0 viewsA girl vendor looks on as she carries snacks to sell at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1N9.jpg1 viewsA girl vendor looks on as she carries snacks to sell at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1LT.jpg0 viewsElders sit on a bench at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1LQ.jpg0 viewsYouths walk at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1ID.jpg0 viewsYouths walk at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1IA.jpg0 viewsChildren react as they cross through water coming from a leaking pipe at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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000_1KT1I8.jpg0 viewsAfghanistan's national flag flutters as a labourer works at a construction site at Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop overlooking Kabul on September 29, 2019. - Voter participation in Afghanistan's presidential elections appeared on September 29 to have been lower than in previous years, with turnout hit by the threat of attacks, a muted campaign and concerns of fraud. Afghans went to the polls on September 28 to vote in the first round of a presidential race that will decide whether President Ashraf Ghani will win a second five-year term. (Photo by Sajjad HUSSAIN / AFP)
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