Anti-euro party polls well in German state votes

Bjoern Hoecke, top candidate for the Alternative for Germany party (AfD) in Thuringia celebrates after the results of the exit polls are announced on TV at an election party in Erfurt, eastern Germany on September 14, 2014. Germany's fledgling anti-euro party won parliamentary seats in elections in two eastern states on Sunday, according to exit polls by public broadcasters ARD and ZDF. AFP PHOTO





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