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Merkel Is Seen Shaking Again, Renewing Health Concerns

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 10 July 2019
It was the third time in less than a month that Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany had been seen trembling, but her office has insisted that her health is fine.
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"Does Merkel travel too much?" asked mass-selling daily Bild on Friday as Germans fret about the health of their chancellor, who sat rather than stood at a ceremony on Thursday after shaking for the third time in as many weeks when standing a day earlier. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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