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Serbia: Ruling SNS set to win parliamentary election by huge margin

Projections show President Aleksandar Vucic's right-wing populist party has won Serbia's parliamentary election. Opposition parties boycotted the poll, and COVID-19 fears prompted many voters to stay home.

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