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3 Nov
The boy had stolen the cannabis from his father and, along with friends, set it alight, police said. The father is being investigated for drug possession.
8 Dec 2019
The regional government of the German state of Bavaria introduced a law requiring migrants to respect the "leading" local culture. Now, opposition party complaints it violated the constitution have been upheld.
9 Jul 2019
Medics from the two countries' militaries are undertaking "Combined Aid 2019," to respond to a staged cholera outbreak in Bavaria. The exercise is the first of its kind for Chinese medics in Europe.
4 Nov 2018
Although abortions are illegal, in practice they are not being punished. But in Bavaria, Germany, fewer doctors and hospitals are willing to carry out the procedure.
1 Jul 2018
Through sweat and toil, EU member states reached an agreement on migration. But the rules laid out aren't strict enough for German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, who wants to close off Bavaria's border.
3 Jul 2017
A bus crash in Bavaria has injured dozens with 17 still unaccounted for according to German media reports.

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