Germany's far-right AfD party gains seats in national parliament in major cultural shift


    
b_179_129_16777215_00_images_DEU130827AA001.jpegBERLIN — In a seismic cultural shift, German voters on Sunday elected members of a far-right, nationalist party into parliament for the first time in a half-century.

The Alternative for Germany (AfD), In its first federal election, was headed toward winning about 88 seats in the current 630-member Bundestag and making it the third-largest political force in parliament.

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