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Australian prime minister predicts close election result

Seattle Times Thursday, 16 May 2019
Australian prime minister predicts close election resultCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s conservative prime minister has predicted a close result at elections on Saturday as his rival used a campaign rally to revel in the memory of one of his center-left party’s greatest victories 47 years ago. Prime Minister Scott Morrison made his final major speech of the campaign at the National […]
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