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Germany's coal mine 'ghost town'

Chancellor Angela Merkel has massively reduced Germany's dependence on nuclear power, but other forms of energy have had to step up to fill the shortfall.

How to create enough power has become an issue in the country's upcoming elections, with opinions divided on the best way to meet Germany's needs.

The BBC's Matthew Price went the village of Immerath that is being moved to make way for a new coal mine.

  • 20 Sep 2013
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