German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a news conference with children at the Christian Democratic Union party (CDU) party election campaign meeting center in Berlin, Germany, September 17, 2017. (REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch)
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Merkel patiently listened to a variety of questions during the Berlin event, ranging from what she would do to combat climate change to what was the best moment of her life.Merkel, who is 63 and doesn't have any children of her own, seemed to enjoy the kids' interest so much that she extended the question time, danced with the youngsters to pop music and invited all of them to pose for a photo with her -- much to the surprise of her fluttered aides.The children seemed to equally enjoy the company of their country's leader. Merkel is seeking a fourth term during the Sept. 24 election.
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