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Czechs have been going to the polls in a tightly contested presidential election run-off, seen as a vote on the Czech Republic’s direction.
The election sees pro-Russia and anti-immigration President Milos Zeman seeking a second five-year term against Jiri Drahos, a pro-EU academic with no previous political experience.
Polls suggest that 10% of voters are still undecided.
Polling stations have closed but
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