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Joschka Fischer, Germany's foreign minister, is in Washington today. Robert Siegel spoke with him at the German ambassador's residence about Germany's position on Iraq and the war on terrorism. They also discussed recent tensions in U.S.-German relations. Fischer spoke repeatedly about German indebtedness to the United States for defeating Nazism, promoting democracy and reconstructing Germany after the war.

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