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Angela Merkel is downplaying concerns about her health. She's not the first world leader to do so

The Age Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Angela Merkel's reluctance to discuss her medical condition echoes that of past world leaders, who have often chosen to keep quiet about health concerns for the sake of their political careers.
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News video: Merkel is seen shaking uncontrollably for a third time

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel was visibly shaking as she met Finland's prime minister, now the third such incident caught on cameras in the last month. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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