Bespoke beer brewed according to your DNA
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A London brewery offers beer lovers the chance to personalise their pint according to their DNA profile
6 Jul 2019
A court has instituted an alcohol ban at a neo-Nazi event taking place in Ostritz, a town in Saxony. A counterprotest has also been barred from demonstrating directly in front of the venue.
8 Jul 2019
Fitch Learning says HR Leaders they interviewed noted that change in the workforce demographic is the top critical factor in the need to take action. Andreas Karaiskos the CEO of Fitch Learning joins CNBC Africa for more.
22 Jul 2019
South Korean citizens boycott Japanese products. Some market owners refuse to sell Japanese products such as beer and cigarettes, and citizens protest against the Japanese government and their restrictions.
11 Aug 2019
You may be surprised to learn that moderate beer consumption has been linked to several nutritional benefits. Here are five surprising health benefits associated with drinking beer responsibly.
9 May 2020
Mexico has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic in many ways but beer lovers are finding the containment measures particularly hard to stomach -- "It doesn't matter how badly you want a beer, it's not possible to get one", says one convenience store worker.
21 May 2020
The pandemic has been brutal for the world’s pubs, which were shut quickly due to social distancing. This has been particularly painful in Ireland, where they are critical to the country’s economic and social life.
4 Jun 2020
Earlier in the week, two persons were feared dead following a clash over the price of beer between some Cameroonian and Nigerian traders in the Emirati city of Dubai.
6 Sep 2020
Munich will partially ban alcohol if coronavirus cases reach a certain threshold. The rule comes amid an uptick in infections in the city, often dubbed Germany's beer capital.
5 Dec 2020
When the coronavirus emerged in Wuhan and the Chinese city went into a strict 76-day lockdown, Wang Fan resolved to commemorate the turbulent period in the way he knew best -- through beer.
19 Jan 2021
First DNA forensic laboratory launched in Adamawa
10 Feb 2021
The brewer Heineken is cutting 8,000 jobs around the world, around 10 percent of its current workforce. The Dutch company reported losses of €204 million for 2020, as Covid-19 restrictions shut down much of the hospitality sector over the past year. Also today, we look at President Joe Biden's efforts to win support from business leaders for his $1.9 trillion economic rescue plan. He hosted several top CEOs for a meeting in the White House on Tuesday, along with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
5 Jun 2021
A brewery in Sterling, Virginia, gives away Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine shots and free beer for those receiving an injection. "I just thought it was a good opportunity to get it taken care of really quickly and you know, see a new brewery and get some beer," says a local resident as he sips his free drink at the one-day event organized by Beltway Brewing and Inova Health.
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A Russian installed official claims the eastern town of Bakhmut has been surrounded according to reports. Follow DW for more.
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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.