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BERLIN - With a strong centre and a weakening of the political fringes, Germans decided not to abandon the path of stability in Sunday's (Sept 26) national elections.
However, in the first polls in 16 years where Chancellor Angela Merkel was not on the ballot, voters still had some surprises in store.
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