Big problems for Angie

German Chancellor Angela Merkel listens during a debate on federal reform in the German parliament in Berlin, Friday, March, 27, 2009.(AP Photo/Franka Bruns)


Angie's not happy

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, front right, shares a word with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, front left, during a group photo at an EU summit in Brussels, Thursday March 19, 2009. European Union leaders open a summit Thursday fighting over a euro 5 billion recovery plan for new power grids and green energy and raising questions whether the hundreds of billions they are spending is enough to rescue their recession-hit economy. Standing rear left is Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip and right is Finnish Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen.(AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)


Heiling all alone

German Chancellor Angela Merkel reacts as a member of parliament calls her during a session of the lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, March 19, 2009. Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that Germany had spent more than many other countries to boost its economy and would wait until the impact of these steps was clear before considering more stimulus.REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS)


She's a Barbie Girl

A German Chancellor Angela Merkel Barbie doll, is displayed during an event at a department store in Hamburg March 9, 2009. Barbie has chosen to honour and recognise Chancellor Merkel as a very modern role model for girls around the world. The Barbie doll which debuted on March 9, 1959, celebrated its 50th anniversary worldwide on Monday.REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)