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chancellor merkel's conservatives to strike a deal with the pro-business free democrats and the greens could force snap elections. zimbabwe's president robert mugabe has made his first public appearance since the military took power on wednesday the ninety three year old who is being held under house arrest attended a graduation ceremony. this comes amid calls for him to step down even from members of his own party. at least two people have been killed in the kenyan capital nairobi as police broke up crowds welcoming the return to the country of opposition leader rylan. odinga is leading protests against the outcome of last month's rerun presidential election which saw president kenyatta win a second term. at a one day summit in sweden european leaders established a set of twenty social rights to be the foundation for my. modern labor markets
principles range from equal job access training and fair working conditions to social protections and benefits. a deadlock in coalition talks has europe's economic stability and its chancellor gripped by political uncertainty the clock is ticking and still no new german government i'm sorry kelly in berlin this is the day. of building a government for germany. it's worth. of the one hundred issues that we need to discuss we've only discussed two so far and we've got.