German president presses parties to form coalition for good of Europe after talks collapse
Monday, 20 November 2017 BERLIN (Reuters) - Efforts to form a three-way governing coalition in Germany collapsed on Monday, pitching Europe's biggest power into political crisis, and its president told parties they owed it to voters and European neighbours to form a government.
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