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Outgoing French prime minister Francois Fillon, left, greets new prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, right, at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, Wednesday May 16, 2012. France's new prime minister, a moderate Socialist with an affinity for Germany who will no doubt be quickly pressed into service to tend to the nation's all-important relationship with Berlin, took office Wednesday.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

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Outgoing French prime minister Francois Fillon, left, greets new prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, right, at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, Wednesday May 16, 2012. France's new prime minister, a moderate Socialist with an affinity for Germany who will no doubt be quickly pressed into service to tend to the nation's all-important relationship with Berlin, took office Wednesday.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
Outgoing French prime minister Francois Fillon, left, greets new prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, right, at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, Wednesday May 16, 2012. France's new prime minister, a moderate Socialist with an affinity for Germany who will no doubt be quickly pressed into service to tend to the nation's all-important relationship with Berlin, took office Wednesday.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)
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