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The Victory of Rage: AfD Sets its Sights on German Parliament

  • Thu, 14 Sep 2017 11:21
Even as Chancellor Angela Merkel seems set to win her fourth term, the German campaign has been characterized in some towns by rage and hatred. The right-wing populist AfD is also expecting Election Day success, and it will change German political debate. By DER SPIEGEL Staff SPIEGEL ONLINE - International

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