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Netherlands general election: Tight race as Dutch vote for first new PM in 13 years

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Dutch voters headed to the polls Wednesday for one of the most unpredictable elections in recent history, with polls showing four candidates with a shot of replacing Prime Minister Mark Rutte.

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