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Dutch vote to set off Europe's 'super election year'

Spotlight shifting to region's political landscape, with polls also in France, Germany

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (left) said there was "zero chance" that his Liberal Party - running second in the polls - would agree to govern in a coalition with Geert Wilders' anti-Islam Freedom Party.

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DUTCH voters head to crunch parliamentary polls in two months' time, heralding the start of a "super election year" in three of Europe's leading economies: The Netherlands, France and Germany.

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