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Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte beats Geert Wilders in the first of a series of European elections this year in which populist insurgent parties are hoping to rock the establishment.

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Dutch PM battles off far right challenge


Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (R) of the VVD Liberal gathering and Dutch far-right legislator Geert Wilders of the PVV Party participate in a meeting at the Dutch Parliament after the general decision in The Hague, Netherlands. REUTERS/Yves Herman


CDA political gathering pioneer Sybrand Buma welcomes supporters in The Hague, Netherlands. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters


Dutch Green Party pioneer Jesse Klaver shows up before supporters in Amsterdam, Netherlands. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir


Ballots are included subsequent to surveying stations close The Hague. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez


Dutch far-right government official Geert Wilders of the PVV party encompassed by security as he votes in the general decision in The Hague. REUTERS/Yves Herman


Ballots are included at surveying stations close The Hague. REUTERS/Michael Kooren


Dutch CDA political gathering supporters cheers in The Hague. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters


A lady lands at a survey station to make her choice in the Dutch general decision in The Hague. REUTERS/Yves Herman


Green Party supporters commend picks up in leave surveys in The Hague. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir


People vote amid the general race at a surveying station inside City Hall in Rotterdam. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez


A lady wearing an Islamic headscarf votes in the general decisions in a mosque in Amsterdam. REUTERS/Stringer


Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the VVD Liberal gathering welcomes supporters amid battling in The Hague. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez


People vote at the ADAM Tower amid the general decision at a surveying station in Amsterdam North. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares


Dutch Green Party (Groen Links) pioneer Jesse Klaver postures for selfie in the wake of voting in the general race in The Hague. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir


A cyclist votes in the Dutch general decision in a drive-in surveying station in Zuidplas. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir


People stroll amid the decision day in Amsterdam. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares


Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the VVD Liberal gathering shows up before his supporters in The Hague, Netherlands. REUTERS/Yves Herman


Dutch subjects are seen amid the race day in Amsterdam. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares


A lady votes in the Dutch general decision in The Hague. REUTERS/Yves Herman


People vote in a bar utilized as a surveying station in Ankeveen. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters


Women take a selfie as they hold up in the line to go to vote amid the general decision inside a surveying station on the twentieth floor of the ADAM Tower in Amsterdam North. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares


A voter concentrates a rundown of contender for the general decision in The Hague. REUTERS/Michael Kooren


A man cycles past a race notice in Driebruggen. REUTERS/Michael Kooren


People vote amid the general race at a poling station in The Hague. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez


People vote amid the general race at a surveying station inside a bar in Kinderdijk. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez


Dutch nationals vote in the general decision in The Hague. REUTERS/Yves Herman


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