The World from Berlin 'The Irish Should Stop Bashing Those Who Want to Help Them'

The Irish government insists it does not require a bailout, even as a team of EU and IMF experts heads to Dublin for talks. Yet aid could also come from another quarter, in the form of Ireland's neighbor Britain. Meanwhile, the German press is divided on whether Berlin shares some of the blame for Ireland's woes.
Irish Finance Minister Brian Lenihan arrives for a meeting of European finance ministers in Brussels on Wednesday.

Irish Finance Minister Brian Lenihan arrives for a meeting of European finance ministers in Brussels on Wednesday.

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-- Siobhán Dowling
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