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The Germans can't stop talking about Jacinda Ardern's pregnancy 1 hour ago Local media were gushing
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Thursday, 19 April 2018
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In the midst of all this, the Black Forest gateau of Ardern's Overseas Experience: a date with Angela Merkel in Berlin. Merkel literally laid out a red carpet, and full military parade, for Ardern. Once alone, they chatted about Syria and Russia, and missile strikes, trade between New Zealand and the EU, and working holiday visas.


Posted originally: 2018-04-19 05:56:00

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