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Merkel Says Coalition Won't Fall Apart Due to Dispute Over Top Spy

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Merkel Says Coalition Won't Fall Apart Due to Dispute Over Top Spy

Merkel Says Coalition Won't Fall Apart Due to Dispute Over Top Spy

According to Reuters, Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the German coalition government would not fall apart due to a dispute between her conservatives and their Social Democrat partners over the future of the domestic intelligence chief.

The SPD wants to fire Hans-Georg Maassen, who has been widely criticized since a newspaper interview last week.

According to Reuters, Maassen questioned the authenticity of video footage showing right-wing extremists hounding migrants.

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