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Germany's Greens want power plants shut as price of coalition

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Greens said on Monday that closing the country's 20 dirtiest coal-fired power stations would be a key condition of any coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives after this month's election.
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