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No German stomach 'for Greek bailout'

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With the crisis in Greece putting the Euro in jeopardy, all eyes are on Germany - as the European economic powerhouse and architect of monetary union - to come out strongly to prop up the Greek economy. But the German government seems reluctant to bail-out its profligate neighbour. Simon Winder, author of Germania, and Thomas Kielinger, London correspondent for Die Welt, discuss how Germany sees its own role in Europe.

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