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A snap regional election in Germany could threaten the chancellor's hold on power.
...now Berlin wants to build toll booths on the internet.
Austerity measures hit harder than ever before as the EU slips into recession.
The "Iron Chancellor" may irk some in the EU, but Merkel remains popular at home.
Joachim Gauck steps up after Germany loses two presidents in as many years.
Germany politicians try to reign in the struggling solar industry.
Chancellor Merkel is forced to deal with a political crisis back home amid the debt fiasco.
Greece says it's done enough to earn a bailout. The EU isn't so sure.
As bailout deadline looms, European leaders appear fed up with Greece.
The scatological term fills a linguistic gap in a crisis-plagued year.
Merkel says austerity program cannot be changed, despite budget gaps and deepening recession.
Justice minister wants clarification on the anti-piracy agreement.
After passing austerity, Athens’ next challenge looms at this week's Eurogroup meeting, followed by a Bundestag vote.
How German fiscal rectitude conquered Europe.
Eurogroup gives Athens until Wednesday to meet criteria, despite advances on austerity.
Now bailout talks begin. The crisis in Greece — and the euro zone — isn't over yet.
Forget Greece. The real problem is the threat of bankruptcy in Rome.
December decline mars record annual export figures, prompts recession concern.
As politicians face crunch time, the bank's offer would set a new precedent.
The plan would ensure bondholders get bailed out, but not necessarily the Greek people.