How is a candidate elected into the German parliament? What is a direct mandate and who can profit from a spot on the party list?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has won a fourth term, but will have to enter tough coalition talks to form a new government. What does Africa make of the election results? We've asked our DW correspondents to comment.
Like many voters all over the world, Germans can contest the results or the procedure of a general election. DW tells you how they do it and who is involved.
How have Germany's newspapers reacted to Sunday's election? And what did the world's newspapers have to say about it? DW has all the front-page news in our press roundup.
If this election is anything like the last three, Germans will vote, and Angela Merkel will become chancellor. Even so, the race is still not over, and many exciting questions remain unanswered, writes DW's Dagmar Engel.
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