Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel described the ongoing euro zone crisis as the continent's “toughest hour” since World War II on Monday as new leaders in Italy and Greece hustled to form governments amid growing fears over their debt-hit economies.
REUTERS - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday that Europe could be living through its toughest hour since World War Two as new leaders in Italy and Greece rushed to form governments and limit the damage from the euro zone debt crisis.
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Date created : 2011-11-14