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Germany's Merkel begins new term

Germany's new coalition government is sworn in as Chancellor Angela Merkel is formally re-elected by MPs. Ref. Source 3

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What a political blunder. Everyone knows that modern warfare is associated with Economics, but to say it... That is a big mistake!

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German president Horst Köhler quits over Afghanistan gaffe:

Germany's president, Horst Köhler, resigned without warning today, after intense criticism of remarks in which he suggested military deployments were central to the country's economic interests. Ref. Source 2

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Frankfurt 'Blockupy' protesters clash with cops

German police used pepper spray and batons against anti-capitalist demonstrators from the Blockupy movement today during a second day of protests against Europe's austerity policies. Ref. Source 3

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Merkel 'in the lead in German poll'

Chancellor Angela Merkel's party leads the German election with an estimated 42% - exit poll suggests Ref. BBC

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Germany's Merkel looks for 'grand coalition'

Winning more than 40 percent of the vote, Angela Merkel's party courts the centre-left to form a government. Ref. Source 8

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Far right-wing party makes gains in German elections

Exit polls show a far right-wing party in Germany won enough votes Sunday to gain seats in three regional elections, contests viewed as a test of Chancellor Angela Merkel's open immigration policy. The 3-year-old Alternative for Deutschland party, or AfD, won representation in the states of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saxony-Anhalt. Germany will hold a national election in 2017. Ref. USAToday.

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All that is happening in Germany is pulling and tugging at the heart of the people and it reminds me of how the Nazis gained ground by Hitler saying that the Jews and Gypsies were taking away jobs and resources from the fatherland.

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Social Democrats defeat outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel's Union bloc in German elections. German election officials said early Monday that a count of all 299 constituencies showed the Social Democrats won 25.9% of the vote, ahead of 24.1% for the Union bloc. Ref. USAToday.

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