Noah Barkin

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Noah Barkin is a special Europe correspondent for Reuters.

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After yesterday's national election, Angela Merkel will still be Germany's Chancellor, but today she changed her tune a bit.

After success in German election, far right party chair walks out

After yesterday's national election, Angela Merkel will still be Germany's Chancellor, but today she changed her tune a bit.

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