German Social Democrats beat conservatives in vote to decide Merkel successorEurope · 8:38 PM UTC
Germany's Social Democrats narrowly won Sunday's national election, projected results showed, and claimed a "clear mandate" to lead a government for the first time since 2005 and to end 16 years of conservative-led rule under Angela Merkel.
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