Fiery German euro debate haunts Merkel

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BERLIN (Reuters) - Even in the remote Italian mountain village of Sulden, Angela Merkel must be finding it hard to tune out the relentless roar of the euro zone crisis. While the German chancellor enjoys a rare hiking holiday with her husband, a fierce debate over her crisis policies has broken out in Berlin, pitting rescue-weary members of her own government against opposition parties that are stepping up calls for Merkel to take bolder steps to save the euro. In recent days, prominent centre-right allies have urged her to cut Greece loose from Europe's single currency bloc. ...