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BERLIN - MAY 23: Defeated German presidential candidate Gesine Schwan (3rdL) sits next to German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (L), Franz Muentefering (2nd L), chairman of the German Social democrates (SPD) and Peter Struck (R), head of the Bundestag fraction after the re-election of German President Horst Koehler at the Bundestag (lower house of Parliament) on May 23, 2009 in Berlin, Germany. German President Horst Koehler is re-elected for a second five-year term in an unusually tight contest that carries important symbolic value before national elections in September. The vote comes four months before Chancellor Angela Merkel and Social Democrat Frank-Walter Steinmeier, her foreign minister, face off in a national election in which both hope to end their tense 'grand coalition' of Germany's biggest parties. (Photo by Ralph Orlowski)

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