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Germany Takes Aim at Cost of Living Crisis in €65 Billion Plan

  • Third round of help for people struggling with higher prices
  • Package comes as Russia keeps key gas pipeline closed
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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s coalition agreed on a relief plan worth about 65 billion euros ($65 billion) to help millions of households struggling with soaring prices amid Europe’s harshest energy crunch in decades.