Greek government-debt crisis
Leftist SYRIZA party, which wants to revoke Greece's bailout program, is poised to win Sunday's snap poll in the country, according to exit polls.
Though polling stations are to close within a few hours, some pollsters have already announced partial results, according to the BBC and German weekly Der Spiegel.
Hours before polling stations close in Greece, many media outlets place an emphasis on the impact Alexis Tsipras's Coalition of the Radical Left (known for its acronym SYRIZA) is having on the nation's political landscape.
This comes against the backdrop of opinion polls' estimates that the leftist party will be the clear winner of the elections.
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