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Former Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis speaks to supporters outside his New Democracy party's headquarters in Athens.

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Mitsotakis wins big in Greece

The ruling center-right New Democracy Party of PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis is projected to win Sunday's second-round Greek election with 40.5% of the vote. That gives Mitsotakis an outright majority of 158 seats in the 300-member parliament, enough to form a government.

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Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis addresses supporters during a pre-election rally by the island of Salamina.

REUTERS/Louiza Vradi

Where We’re Voting: Greece, Guatemala, Sierra Leone

Got any weekend plans? You should be headed to the polls if you live in Greece, Guatemala, or Sierra Leone.

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Pakistani Hassan Ali shows a photo of his brother who died in a shipwreck off the Greek coast.

REUTERS/Louiza Vradi

Who’s responsible for the Greek migrant tragedy?

Nine alleged people smugglers have been arrested in Greece after hundreds of migrants drowned last week in one of the worst migrant tragedies in Europe in over a decade. The men, all Egyptian nationals, appeared in court Tuesday, while a handful of others were reportedly also arrested in Pakistan, where most of the victims came from.

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Supporters of the conservative New Democracy party celebrate their election victory in Athens.

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Hard Numbers: Greek election landslide, Jerusalem tension, US border post-Title 42, what Africa wants from Russia/Ukraine, US-PNG security deal

40.79: The center-right ruling party of PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis won the Greek election on Sunday with an overwhelming 40.79% of the vote — but fell just short of an outright majority in parliament. If coalition talks fail, there will be a second vote on June 25 that’ll make it easier for the party with the most seats to form a government.

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Supporters of Greek opposition leader of Syriza party attend a pre-election speech in Athens

Greece’s “lost generation” election

This Sunday, Greeks head to the polls for the country’s most tightly contested election in recent memory.

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