By Erik Kirschbaum BERLIN, July 29 (Reuters) - Germany's Greens are open to new coalition deals and willing even to work with their old enemy, Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives, after September elections, party leader Cem Oezdemir said in an interview. Many conservatives reviled the Greens as dangerous militants when they first entered parliament in the 1980s wearing dungarees and flourishing potted plants. The Greens, for their part, saw the conservatives as handmaidens of an ...
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