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Irish Election Could Have Historic Results

Exit polls in Ireland's parliamentary election indicate the country's ruling coalition may fall apart due to loss of legislative seats in Friday's vote. Just hours before the ballot count was due to start Saturday, public broadcaster RTE reported that Prime Minister Enda Kenny's Fine Gael  party got far fewer votes than expected, at 23.8 percent. Fine Gael's junior partner, the Labour party, is expected to get about seven percent of the vote, leaving the coalition...

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