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Chancellor Angela Merkel is riding high for her 60th birthday, and it's not just because Germany won the World Cup. With no successor in sight after almost nine years in power, Merkel is the country's most popular politician and the longest-serving
German Chancellor Angela Merkel began her 60th birthday Thursday with a serenade from a journalist and rumors she would soon resign her office. At a press conference in Brussels, the bureau chief of German news broadcaster ZDF sang her "Happy
She earned a doctorate in physics but later worked as a chemist at a scientific academy in East Berlin. She had never been involved in politics but, at the age of 36, she joined the burgeoning democracy movement in 1989 and, after the Berlin Wall
Username Password Remember Me Kate McKinnon's "Angela Merkel" Has a Response to Germany's World Cup Win Posted July 15, 2014, 12:30 pm by Robert Kessler 0 comments Kate McKinnon stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers last night with a special
Germans are politically risk-averse, which is why down-to-earth (some would say boring) politicians such as Angela Merkel and Helmut Kohl have prevailed.' Photograph: Chris Brunskill Ltd/Getty Images So we won the World Cup. Add that trophy to the
United States Ambassador John Emerson made his way to the Foreign Ministry in Berlin, armed with the intent to head the worst diplomatic clash of Chancellor Angela Merkel. Emerson came to the meeting with the Commissioner on
Chancellor Angela Merkel reiterated on Saturday that U.S. espionage against a close ally is unacceptable but said there was no alternative to close ties with Washington. "We want this cooperation based on partnership," she said in an interview with
ET Germany's foreign minister said his government's decision to ask the CIA station chief in Berlin to leave was inevitable given the newest allegations of spying, but he said he wants to renew the friendship between the two countries based on an "
U.S. spy official here to leave, a rare and forceful act illustrating deep anger over revelations of American espionage that are disrupting one of Washington's chief alliances. The controversy has brought relations between the two countries to their
Germany 's government has asked America 's top spy chief stationed in the country to leave. It's a punitive gesture usually reserved for adversarial nations in times of crisis and only very rarely for an ally, particularly a very close one.