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Germany investigates far-right election candidate accused of inciting hatred

BERLIN (Reuters) - German prosecutors have launched an investigation into remarks by an election candidate for the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party that Germany's integration minister should be "dumped" back to Turkey, her parents' country of origin.
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