German Chancellor Angela Merkel flew in the lion's den on Tuesday, visting Greek leaders in Athens where protesters came out in force to tell her exactly what they think of Germany's role in the eurozone.
Nobody loves posing for ridiculous photos more than Russia's president, but it's this completely spontaneous image that is sure to be a keeper in his iconic collection.
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The happy partnership between Germany and France on the European debt crisis turned unmistakably sour this morning.
German President Christian Wulff, who resigned on Friday hasn't been prosecuted for any kind of corruption, but he already fell short of being what the BBC calls "a moral authority for the nation" just by opening himself up to messy allegations of back-room favors.
If German Chancellor Angela Merkel is going to allow the European Central Bank to bailout indebted countries, euro zone members must first agree to long-term structural changes to the European Union.
Clothing retailer Benetton has launched another shock-ad campaign that aims to sell more of their high-end clothes folks with Photoshopped images of world leaders playing tonsil hockey.
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The countries' two leaders have reached an agreement on how to best protect the euro
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