By Erik Kirschbaum BERLIN, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Crime, corruption, evil and sleaze took a day off on Christmas Eve -- at least in Germany's Bild newspaper. The country's best-selling daily managed to find a positive angle to every news development in Germany and around the world in the past 24 hours, treating its 12 million readers to a Christmas edition that was filled with nothing but good news. On the front page there were cheers for the end of a transit workers strike in New York -- ...
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