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Buoyed by state votes, Germany's AfD takes aim at Merkel coalition

Reuters Sunday, 1 September 2019 ()
An emboldened far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) warned Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling coalition partners they could not carry on as before after luring many of their voters to come second in two regional elections in eastern Germany on Sunday.
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AfD surges in two states but fails to unseat governing parties. But its gains will make coalition-building tricky.

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