100 days of war: Germany struggles with arms and morality

Promised arms deliveries to Ukraine did not materialise or only did so slowly after public pressure. PHOTO: AFP
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BERLIN - Nearly each time German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has made a statement on the war in Ukraine, observers puzzle over whether he wholeheartedly supports Kyiv.

His vagueness reflects also the disunity within his Social Democratic Party (SPD).

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