The German election has delivered a clear snapshot of the changing political landscape in Germany, but no government yet. The SPD won the most votes, but the very narrow margin of victory means that the CDU will also be aiming to form a coalition government. Now, the negotiations begin.
00:26 Two parties say they have the right to power
02:52 A tight race: How did the Social Democrats take the leading vote?
05:44 Can social democrat Olaf Scholz broker a coalition deal until Christmas?
08:45 A shift in voting patterns: Who voted for whom?
10:56 Voter migration analyzed by DW's Melinda Crane
12:42 Trans-atlantic implications of German election turn-out
18:17 Post-Merkel Era: Stability in Europe at stake?
21:05 Russia: Election will have repercussions beyond Germany
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