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4 Oct 2020
We take a look at how the papers are covering the tragic milestone of one million deaths from the coronavirus. We also look at the latest in science news: from building things on Mars to blaze-surviving frogs. Finally, we discuss the latest fashion trend: socks and sandals.
21 Jul 2019
Colorful socks? Stripes, spots, checks? That's ok. But socks with motifs like Mickey Mouse and Batman, no way! That's what our Dresscode Expert Gerhard Elfers says about men's socks.
17 Feb 2019
How to save the world with socks.

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