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German far right tests Merkel's conservatives in eastern state vote

Reuters Thursday, 24 October 2019
The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party will try to build on its successes in two regional votes last month and beat Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives in another eastern state election on Sunday.
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News video: German far right expected to make gains in regional elections

German far right expected to make gains in regional elections 02:28

Right-wing AfD party are expected to make big election gains in the German state of Thuringia on Sunday, in further proof of the party's growing strength.

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