German finance minister Wolfgang Schauble was caught playing a game of Sudoku during a heated debate in Germany's parliament over the latest Greek bailout. While his colleagues debated the merits of keeping Athens on life support with a controversial €130 billion ($174 billion) bailout, Schauble opted to hammer away at the numbers game on his tablet computer, according to a photo released by Germany's Bild newspaper Wednesday...The finance minister declined the newspaper's request for comment, but a spokesperson for his office said he was taking a well-deserved break from normal duties. [NYP, related]
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