Georgia awaits results of high-stakes US Senate runoff elections

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    Votes are being counted in the US state of Georgia after a special runoff election that could have a crucial effect on Joe Biden’s presidency.

    More than three million early ballots were cast ahead of the vote to elect the state’s two Senate members.

    It will decide the balance of power in Congress, but the results are too close to call.

    Al Jazeera’s Alan Fisher reports from Atlanta, Georgia.

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