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German elections: 'One week to go but still no clear winner'

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German elections: 'One week to go but still no clear winner'

German elections: 'One week to go but still no clear winner'

Euronews correspondent from the German desk Lena Roche explains how the week has folded for the candidates as well as the German voters.


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