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Ireland Election Results Leave Leadership Question Unresolved

Ireland has announced results from last week's inconclusive election following an overnight recount of disputed ballots, but the final shape of a new government remains unclear. Thursday's results leave the centrist Fine Gael party as the largest in parliament, but with only 50 seats, having lost 26 in the election. Junior partner Labour lost 30 seats, meaning the two parties no longer have enough seats between them to make up a ruling coalition. The second-largest party in...

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