Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou visited Germany for talks with Chancellor Merkel about his country’s debt crisis. A German tabloid welcomed Mr. Papandreou by telling him that unlike Greeks, Germans get up early in the morning and work, and don’t have to bribe their officials. Chancellor Merkel stated that she found the paper’s editorial “unhelpful”.
Check out the “Europe” section for more news about Geert Wilders’ visit to London, and for the reactions to it from British opinion writers.
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