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German election 2017: Angela Merkel has work to do to win back disaffected

Dr Merkel appears to have lost about 8 percentage points in electoral support
The Age

'A bit of a shock': German election shows lingering political risks

Markets have reacted coolly to a surprisingly strong result from Germany's far-right party, but strategists warn the rising populist trend in Europe remains intact.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: Historic vote: Right-wing AfD party enters German parliament

Historic vote: Right-wing AfD party enters German parliament 06:10

The right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) party entered parliament for the first time in its history with 13% of the vote in the German election, according to final results. Angela Merkel’s CDU,..
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News video: Kremlin’s Gremlins: Media hunt for supposed Russian hackers ah of German election

Kremlin’s Gremlins: Media hunt for supposed Russian hackers ah of German election 05:47

The Western media has been busy trying to track down Russian hackers who, they assume, should have already started meddling in the German election.
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News video: ‘Germans fear big challenges, they’ll support Merkel at 2017 elections’ – geopolitics expert

‘Germans fear big challenges, they’ll support Merkel at 2017 elections’ – geopolitics expert 05:35

Elections are looming for Europe's power house, Germany. But things seem to be a bit lackluster. Geopolitical analyst and consultant Rainer Rothfuss says the Germans, generally, don't take political..
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News video: Facebook Fights Fake News In German Election

Facebook Fights Fake News In German Election 00:40

At the beginning of 2017, Facebook began rolling out its fake news identification tools, starting in Germany. And now, Facebook has given us an update on its efforts. David Schraven, managing..
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News video: Election a Watershed for Germany, Says Folkerts-Landau

Election a Watershed for Germany, Says Folkerts-Landau 02:00

Sep.28 -- David Folkerts-Landau, chief economist at Deutsche Bank AG, discusses how the German election may impact the whole of Europe. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg..
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German election result worries Jewish leaders

Jewish groups in Europe and the United States expressed alarm on Sunday at the far-right Alternative for Germany's election success.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Money flows into European funds as German election helps quell populist fears

European equity funds have recorded inflows of more than $US30 billion so far this year, with markets calm as Germany heads to the polls.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Merkel, Schulz make final pitches to voters ahead of German election

Chancellor Angela Merkel is widely expected to cruise to re-election with Martin Schulz's Social Democrats trailing by double digits.
SBS

Far-right white noise of Alternative for Germany changes election landscape

Angela Merkel looks set to cruise to victory in this weekend's German election. But what really matters now is which party ends up in third place.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

German election 2017: The minor party set to decide the country's fate

Since 1957, there has only been one occasion where Germany has been led by an outright majority and it looks like Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats are on track to share the political..
SBS

German election: Angela Merkel pleads for voters to stop far-right

Angela Merkel launched a last-minute bid to hold back the Alternative fur Deutschland party on Thursday as she urged Germany to turn out at the polls.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

US no longer a 'friend' in Merkel election program

In their campaign program for the German election, Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives have dropped the term 'friend' in describing the relationship with the United States.
SBS

Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats gain momentum with north German election win

Angela Merkel's party convincingly defeated the Social Democratic incumbent in a state vote in northern Germany, in a disastrous result for her SPD challenger.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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