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Norway heads into climax of 'election thriller'

Norwegians cast their votes on Monday in an election nail-biter that will decide whether "the world's happiest country" will be run by the outgoing rightwing coalition or the leftwing opposition for the next four years. Opinion polls have predicted an extraordinarily close race between Prime Minister Erna Solberg's team and the opposition led by Labour's Jonas Gahr Store.
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