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German Defense Minister Back to Work

After a ten-week absence, German Defense Minister Peter Struck returned to work Monday. The 61-year-old was admitted to a hospital on June 10 after experiencing dizzy spells, but some speculate that he actually suffered a slight heart attack -- a charge he has denied. Even from the hospital Struck remained in the news, with many wondering when and whether he would be healthy enough to go back to work. Struck, a member of the ruling Social Democratic Party, is set to show how fit he is Tuesday, when he starts a two-week tour of Germany's military bases.