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Merkel's Rivals Target Her Russia Policy

  • Thu, 14 Sep 2017 03:32
As German Chancellor Angela Merkel cruises toward likely reelection, the parties trailing her are finding a wedge issue in Russia, suggesting Germany should ease off the hard line the chancellor has maintained toward Moscow. What's News Europe


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