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The World This Week - June 15th, 2012

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While Europe holds its breath ahead of a Greek election that’s very much up in the air, the French and the Germans trade barbs over how to save the euro. Also, the Muslim Brotherhood’s ambiguous reaction to the dissolution of parliament, and why France’s new First Partner should apologise to François Hollande.

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