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Sweden elects new prime minister after centre-left victory

A centre-left coalition led by the Social Democrats have won Sweden's parliamentary elections.

This signals the end of Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt's conservative government which has been in power for eight years.

A far-right, anti-immigration party took around 13% of the vote.

Lars Bevanger reports from Stockholm.

  • 15 Sep 2014
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