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Germany: Far-right AfD reelects Tino Chrupalla, Alice Weidel as party co-leaders

The far-right AfD party will stick with Tino Chrupalla and Alice Weidel as party leaders, after Chrupalla fended off a challenge from a slightly more moderate candidate and then endorsed Weidel.

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