A disassembled election billboard of Martin Schulz, leader of Germany's Social Democratic Party. The SPD won only 20 percent of the vote in Germany's Sept. 24 federal elections.
This weekend, Angela Merkel won a fourth term as Germany's chancellor. Entering into her 13th year in the position, she is now one of the longest-serving leaders in postwar German and European history. The anticipated victory of her party, the Christian Democratic Union, and its Bavarian ally, the Christian Social...
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