White House, Merkel chiefs of staff met Tuesday in Berlin.
Obama spoke to several world leaders on Friday, including German Chancellor Merkel.
The German leader said it's "perhaps premature to draw conclusions" on the crash in Urkaine.
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"I think it's not that easy to convince the Americans," she said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel retaliated after new charges of U.S. spying.
“Clearly, we have to do a much better job in working together," she said.
The leaders consulted about how to get peace talks in Ukraine back on track.
Germans should engage in "direct dialogue" with the U.S. if they have concerns, an aide said.
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“The situation is such that we have a few difficulties yet to overcome,” Merkel said.
Discussions will focus on U.S.-German cooperation over the crisis in Ukraine.
A new chapter in the U.S.-Germany spying scandal threatens America's relationship with Germany.
"Direct talks between the opposing sides must be established as soon as possible," he said.
German officials investigating the NSA are mulling using manual typewriters.
“It certainly won’t be easy" she said.
The Obama administration offered Germany a rare deal to share intelligence.
The CIA didn't immediately tell the White House Germany had captured a U.S. spy.
Merkel said it would be a “clear contradiction” of trust if latest allegations are true.
Angela Merkel has indicated that spying is still a sore spot for Berlin.
Decision highlights rift between Germany, United States.
It was the Russian president's first trip to the region since its annexation.
Both leaders said they will back sanctions targeting sectors of the Russian economy.
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