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Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has won the country's election, holding off a strong challenge from far-right leader Geert Wilders, exit polls suggest.
Mr Rutte's VVD party is reported to have taken 31 of the 150 parliamentary seats, or 21% of the vote - down from 27% in the 2012 election.
The PM, who has moved more to the right on issues such as immigration defeated Mr Wilders' anti-Islam, anti-immigrant PVV party, which is said to have won 19 seats (13%).
This puts him equal second with two others - the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) and the Democracy party D66.