Beer bottle shortage for summer season, German breweries warn
19 May 2022 | 11:26 am
Rising production costs and logistical issues could lead to a beer bottle shortage, breweries say. Small and mid-sized breweries are likely to be most affected.
11 Sep 2020
Chic shades from Chanel, Miu Miu, and other designer labels are among this season's must-have accessories. Street style stars and fashion influencers model the latest shapes, from sleek cat-eyes to mod geometric looks.
13 Sep 2020
Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre opens its 245th season with "Don Carlos" by Giuseppe Verdi, starring the opera power couple Anna Netrebko and Yusif Eyvazov. Various Covid-19 prevention measures are in place to limit the risk for staff and audiences.
29 Sep 2020
Jurgen Klopp says he has been blown away by the standards Liverpool have set at the start of their Premier League title defence after coming from behind to beat Arsenal 3-1 at Anfield.
21 Nov 2020
The coronavirus crisis shuttered Switzerland's ski resorts in the spring, but they are banking on tighter precautions and the Swiss love of the mountains to save them as the winter season kicks off. A cable car ride to the top of the slopes at Verbier, where staff wear plastic face shields, reveals the extent to which the pandemic has impacted even the furthest reaches of the pristine Alps.
27 Nov 2020
Facebook has launched a new feature to let users help others over the festive season
6 Feb 2021
With coronavirus cases soaring and hospitals at their limit, Germany is moving toward a stricter lockdown after Christmas. But the southern state of Bavaria has already gone ahead and imposed far-reaching restrictions on public life. DW had a look around in Nuremberg.
9 Feb 2021
Sports Desk, Feb 8 (EFE).- Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton has signed a new contract to keep him with the Mercedes Formula One team for the 2021 season.
17 Feb 2021
Bayern Munich defender David Alaba said on Tuesday (February 16) he will leave the club at the end of the season, parting ways after 13 years following the two sides' recent failure to agree on a new deal.
8 Apr 2021
Buyers and sellers gather on the trading floor in Zimbabwe's capital to bid on bales of dried tobacco leaves as the marketing season kicks off. According to the industry regulator, the country is on track to produce 200,000 tonnes of tobacco this year, up from 184,000 in 2020.
17 Apr 2021
Heavier rains that wash away crops could worsen hunger for a country in which farming makes up 20% of the economy.
27 Apr 2021
As Ronald Koeman prepares his squad to travel to Villarreal, the Barca coach continues to face fall out from his team's role in the Super League debacle.
18 May 2021
Tourists soak up the sun in Crete, a day after Greece's official tourist season began. The opening of the tourism sector comes as Greeks are allowed to move freely within the country for the first time since November.
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Under former US President Donald Trump thousands of migrant families were split up at the US-Mexico border. A special task force has been working to reunite children with their parents, but it's got a long way to go.
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The leader of the Catholic Church travels to Juba along with the Archbishop of Canterbury and the moderator of the Church of Scotland. The three leaders are hoping to push for peace amid continued fighting.
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From the depths of the Pacific Ocean comes an innovation in air conditioning that's good for the planet and saves money. Located just 200 metres from the ocean, the hospital in Papeete, on the French island of Tahiti, is using seawater to cool its facilities. The switch to this new system has decreased the hospital's energy consumption by 90 percent.
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Pension problems: French workers strike over government's retirement plans. As many as 2.8 million people hit the streets across France on Tuesday in a second day of walkouts designed to protest the latest pension reform proposals.