German SPD leader quits in bid to calm party after coalition deal with Merkel

BERLIN (Reuters) – German Social Democratic leader (SPD) Martin Schulz resigned on Tuesday, hoping to end turbulence that has rocked the center-left party since it agreed a coalition deal with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives.


Source: German SPD leader quits in bid to calm party after coalition deal with Merkel

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