Angela Merkel

By IndepthAfrica
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Sep 10th, 2012
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The gains of President Jonathan’s diplomacy are often overshadowed by misrepresentations of the size of his delegation, ignorance about the value of his foreign travels, and the positives of his constant engagement with the international community. I have had cause on more than one occasion to expose...
By IndepthAfrica
In Europe
May 15th, 2012
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oters across Europe have spoken in the last week and the message they have sent has upended the fragile consensus that budget cuts and fiscal discipline would bring the continent back from the brink of debt Armageddon. In national elections in Greece and France, as well as local elections in Germany ...
By IndepthAfrica
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May 6th, 2012
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Francois Hollande became France’s first socialist president in 17 years on Sunday, ousting conservative incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy in what one observer called an “earth-shaking” election. With 95 per cent of the ballots counted, official results showed Hollande with 51.6 per cent of ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Europe
Dec 18th, 2011
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Hannes HOFBAUER (Austria) The Brussels summit of December 2011 intended to solve a huge fiscal and budget (and in reality an economic) problem in the Euro-zone. It let to a political split within the EU-27 and risks to unleash a constitutional disaster. What happened in Brussels? Superficially, the G...
By IndepthAfrica
In Europe
Dec 4th, 2011
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The European Union was never about Democracy and therefore it comes as divine justice that the ball which represents the Eurozone crisis was kicked off by a currency sculpted graphically around the Greek letter epsilon and rolls back, precisely, to Greece. The Euro project was and is a spectacular ow...
By benim
In Europe
Aug 11th, 2011
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European stock markets fell in early trading Thursday, largely on concerns about the fiscal health of the continent’s banks. But the markets bounced back in the afternoon, after French and German leaders scheduled an emergency summit to address the euro zone’s debt crisis. It looked like another day ...
By benim
In Angola
Jul 13th, 2011
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Germany is ready to help Angola overcome the challenges it faces in reconstruction, Chancellor Angela Merkel said Wednesday during a visit that aims to boost economic ties with the oil-rich country. “Angola still faces major development challenges, in education and professional training, as wel...
By benim
In Europe
Jan 30th, 2011
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A criminal probe has begun after ten people were killed and nearly 50 injured, many of them seriously, after a head-on crash between a passenger and a freight train in Germany. The regional passenger train was hurled from the tracks due to the force of the collision at Hordorf, five miles from the to...