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on: February 12, 2020, 07:30
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Bernie Sanders is projected to narrowly win the New Hampshire Democratic primary contest, a race that also culled the
crowded field by two.The left-wing firebrand won a tight victory over centrist former mayor Pete Buttigieg, who offered a different Democratic vision in the race to take on President Trump in November.
Mr Sanders declared the night "the beginning of the end" of Mr Trump.The race moves next to the Nevada caucuses on 22 February.
Finishing behind the Vermont senator were two moderates - Mr Buttigieg and Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar, who emerged as a surprise contender by taking third place.
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Some 280,000 Democratic voters cast ballots in the Granite State on Tuesday night, delivering 26% to Mr Sanders
Polls ahead of the vote predicted that the senator would again do well in New Hampshire - as the long-time representative of a neighbouring state, he is well-known.
A RealClearPolitics average of polls in New Hampshire put support for Mr Sanders on 29%, seven points ahead of Mr Buttigieg, who won the previous contest, the Iowa caucuses.
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The actual result will be much closer. With 88% of the vote counted, Mr Sanders, 78, leads Mr Buttigieg, 38-year-old the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, by only 1.6%, or about 4,300 votes.
Mr Sanders hailed a "great victory" as he thanked supporters from a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire.
This victory here is the beginning of the end for Donald Trump," he said, and promised to build an "unprecedented multi-generational, multi-racial political movement" to defeat the Republican.
The result will give Mr Sanders at least eight of the 24 delegates who will represent New Hampshire at the July Democratic national convention, where the party crowns a nominee based on the delegates won.
Mr Buttigieg will get at least seven delegates. Thanking supporters, he warned against succumbing to "a polarised vision" of politics and pitched himself as the centrist to bring new voters into the party

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Assassinated in a drone attack by the United States, the Iraqi Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, commanded by the Kataib Hezbollah, backed Iran, who backed Ira Iira in response to Gen Soleimani's assassination.

By carrying a missile attack on two air bases, which are home to US forces in Iraq, the United States later said there were no US casualties in the January 8 attacks.
But a few hours after the attack, Iranian forces fired two missiles at a Ukrainian passenger plane over Iran's Tehran inadvertently killing all 176 people on the plane.
What is the latest from Baghdad? Demonstrators began to gather in the center of Baghdad early Friday and several hours later the area was full of people.
Many also carry the national flag of Iraq.The protests threaten to cause a separate eclipse of the protest movement, which involves the majority of young people for months calling for a complete overhaul of the Iraqi government. Mr Martin Patience of the BBC in Iraq said.

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