Zeev Lewin shows his family around the neighborhood he grew up in, Berlin's Scheunviertel. It was home to many East European Jews -- until 1933, when the Nazis began deporting Jews to concentration camps.
Vilified abroad as an austere eurozone sentinel, but popular among his base: veteran conservative Wolfgang Schäuble looks set to chair Germany’s next parliament. Supporters hope he can keep the far-right in check.
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