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Centre-right's Stubb wins close-fought Finnish presidential election

  • Alexander Stubb, a former conservative prime minister, has won the Finnish presidential election, with a focus on security issues and tensions with Russia.
  • Stubb obtained 51.6% of the vote, defeating Pekka Haavisto, the former foreign minister, who came second for a third time.
  • The new Finnish president will lead the country's foreign policy and adopt a hard line against Russia.
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