Doug Saunders

Globe and Mail

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European Bureau Chief for Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper

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In Cannes today, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou met for two and a half hours with Germany's Angela Merkel and Nicolai Sarkozy of France.

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In Cannes today, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou met for two and a half hours with Germany's Angela Merkel and Nicolai Sarkozy of France.

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The President is  sending is more soldiers  and changing commanders in Afghanistan.

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