Merkel Sees Biggest Victory Since Kohls Reunification Vote : News Photo

Merkel Sees Biggest Victory Since Kohls Reunification Vote

Angela Merkel, Germany's chancellor and party leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), stands holding flowers next to Armin Laschet, CDU regional party chairman, left, Ursula von der Leyen, Federal Minister of Labour, second from left, Thomas Strobl, Baden-Württemberg state CDU party chairman, third from left, Gerda Hasselfeldt, head of the Christian Social Union, center rear, Hermann Gröhe, CDU secretary general, second from right, and Volke Kauder, parliamentary floor leader of the CDU, at the CDU headquarters as the German federal elections result is announced in Berlin, Germany, on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. Merkel won an overwhelming endorsement from German voters, putting the country's first female chancellor on course for the biggest election tally since Helmut Kohl's post-reunification victory of 1990. Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Angela Merkel, Germany's chancellor and party leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), stands holding flowers next to Armin Laschet, CDU regional party chairman, left, Ursula von der Leyen, Federal Minister of Labour, second from left, Thomas Strobl, Baden-Württemberg state CDU party chairman, third from left, Gerda Hasselfeldt, head of the Christian Social Union, center rear, Hermann Gröhe, CDU secretary general, second from right, and Volke Kauder, parliamentary floor leader of the CDU, at the CDU headquarters as the German federal elections result is announced in Berlin, Germany, on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. Merkel won an overwhelming endorsement from German voters, putting the country's first female chancellor on course for the biggest election tally since Helmut Kohl's post-reunification victory of 1990. Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Angela Merkel Germany's chancellor and party leader of the Christian... News Photo 181579978Angela Merkel,Baden-Württemberg,Berlin,Center,Chairperson,Chancellor,Christian Democratic Union,Christian Social Union,Democracy,Economy,Election,Environment,Europe,Female,Floor,Flower,Gerda Hasselfeldt,German,Germany,Government,Head,Head of State,Headquarters,Hermann Groehe,Hold,Horizontal,Human Gender,Labor,Leadership,Left,Lifestyles,Male,Political Party,Politics,Rear,Regionals,Result,Right,Second,Secretary-General,Standing,State,Third,Ursula von der Leyen,VotingPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergAngela Merkel, Germany's chancellor and party leader of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), stands holding flowers next to Armin Laschet, CDU regional party chairman, left, Ursula von der Leyen, Federal Minister of Labour, second from left, Thomas Strobl, Baden-Württemberg state CDU party chairman, third from left, Gerda Hasselfeldt, head of the Christian Social Union, center rear, Hermann Gröhe, CDU secretary general, second from right, and Volke Kauder, parliamentary floor leader of the CDU, at the CDU headquarters as the German federal elections result is announced in Berlin, Germany, on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013. Merkel won an overwhelming endorsement from German voters, putting the country's first female chancellor on course for the biggest election tally since Helmut Kohl's post-reunification victory of 1990. Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images