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Italy's banks struggle with bad loans and the state itself is saddled with massive debt — but the voters don't seem to care, and the finance minister is demonstratively relaxed about it all.
Bayern Munich can win their 28th German championship this weekend, if results go their way. DW asks what needs to happen in the other games and why the Bavarians are so far ahead of the competition.
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Just four months after returning to European competition after a 25-year absence, Cologne find themselves rock-bottom bottom of the Bundesliga. Ahead of their trip to Hannover on Sunday, DW asks: what's gone wrong?
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