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In Germany, Pope tells politicians they must not sacrifice ethics for power

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German President Christian Wulff, right and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, second from right, watch as Pope Benedict XVI is welcomed by local clergy on his arrival at Tegel International airport in Berlin Sept. 22.

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The welcoming ceremony with military honors for Pope Benedict XVI at Schloss Bellevue palace on Sept. 22, in Berlin. Pope Benedict, who is German, is in Berlin on the first of a four-day visit to Germany.

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A nun holds her crucifix as she waves the Vatican flag before a Holy Eucharist by Pope Benedict XVI at the Olympic stadium in Berlin, Sept. 22.

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Members of the Catholic clergy wait for the arrival of Pope Benedict XVI before a Holy Eucharist at the Olympic stadium in Berlin, Sept. 22, 2011.

The Pope arrived in Germany today for his four-day visit. He will be meeting with leaders of Germany's Jewish and Muslim communities, lead three Masses, including an ecumenical service and possibly, meet with victims abused by priests.

The first service will be tonight for 70,000 in Berlin's Olympic Stadium.

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