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First day on the job: Hollande in Berlin to break the ice with Merkel (part 2)

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Through rain and lightning, François Hollande finally makes it to Berlin for his first-ever meeting with the German chancellor. Now comes the hard part - coming up with a compromise that will safeguard Europe’s common currency.

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