UPDATE 3-Merkel allies suffer big losses in Bavaria vote


(Recasts with exit polls) By Madeline Chambers MUNICH, Germany, Sept 28 (Reuters) - German conservatives in the southern state of Bavaria suffered heavy losses in a regional vote on Sunday, dealing a blow to Chancellor Angela Merkel ahead of a 2009 federal election. The Christian Social Union (CSU), the Bavarian sister party to Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU), won 43 percent in the southern state, according to an exit poll from public television station ZDF. The result, which ...

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