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AFP Bayern Munich's signing of Germany star Mario Goetze is set to weaken rivals Borussia Dortmund next season, but the Bavarians have recruited top talent to see off their rivals for years, admits ex-coach Ottmar Hitzfeld. Goetze, 20, dropped a
D printing companies like Freedom of Creation, Materialise and Shapeways are all based, or originated, in this area...Representatives of these companies all congregated in London recently for the launch of a new magazine dedicated to the world of 3D
The active ingredient in a drug that's expected to become a popular treatment for multiple sclerosis has been linked to four European cases of a rare but sometimes fatal brain disease called progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML).
Avi Margolin mark Israel's 65th Independence Day at Sacher Park in Jerusalem Photo: Daniel K. Eisenbud Hundreds of Jerusalem residents gathered at Sacher Park to celebrate Israel's 65th year of independence on a brisk April day, amid a backdrop of
Now one regional authority is planning more creative punishments to save state money. Pensioner Heinz Gnther Kpper takes being presented with an arrest warrant in his stride, wrote Der Spiegel magazine on Monday. For him, it's just the latest "invite"
In the latest instalment of My German Career, The Local spoke to Athar Mohammed Khan about how to break into the automotive industry and the different styles of working in India and Germany. The 27-year-old Athar Mohammed Khan received his bachelor's
Sandra , Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom, 03/4/2013 12:12 Click to rate Rating 15 please don't say epileptic boy - he's a boy with epilepsy - Helen , London, 03/4/2013 12:11 Click to rate Rating 31 So sad that this lovely little boy has
The New Zealand three-day eventing team is confident of a podium finish at the first leg of the FEI Nations Cup at Fontainebleau in France, which starts tomorrow. Sir Mark Todd spearheads the Kiwi team, which includes fellow London Olympic team
The snow/ice sculpture of a Volkswagen Beetle that was ticketed for being parked in a no-parking zone. It was a snow joke as a full-sized sculpture of a Volkswagen Beetle received a parking ticket in Germany recently. The realistic sculpture was "
Germany (AP) German doctors treating the Bolshoi ballet chief's wounds from an acid attack say they are hopeful he will eventually recover enough of his eyesight to work again. Dr. Martin Hermel, a surgeon at the Aachen University Clinic, said Friday