Stuttgart join cash-strapped Bundesliga clubs seeking state aid
Newly-promoted VfB Stuttgart are the latest cash-strapped Bundesliga club seeking financial aid because of lost matchday revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Berlin tennis event chief casts doubt on US Open
The head of an exhibition tennis tournament in Berlin says she has doubts the US Open will go ahead at the end of August as planned amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"I think it
Protestantism's troubling history with white supremacy in the US
In the long-overdue discussions taking place over the legacy of slavery and racism in the United States, few appear to be addressing
Global Markets Fall After Mixed Chinese Economic Data
Global financial markets are in freefall Thursday, despite China's economic rebound in the second quarter of this year.
In Europe, both the FTSE in London and the DAX index in Frankfurt are d
What life was like in Soviet Belarus
History July 16 2020 Alexandra Guzeva
A harvest festival in the Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, 1987
Yevgeny Koktysh/Sputnik The Republic of Belarus lay on the western border
The rise and fall of Russia's sole wooden 'skyscraper
A chicken coop, a gangster house and Count Dracula's palace all used to be nicknames for this notorious and unique wooden structure, which almost made it into the Guinness Book of World Records. Mo
UN Warns of Environmental Time Bomb Off Yemen's Coast
NEW YORK - The United Nations warned Wednesday that an old, neglected oil tanker moored off Yemen's Red Sea coast is at risk of causing an environmental "catastrophe" if its experts cannot immediat
EU Leaders Seek Agreement on COVID-19 Recovery Fund
PARIS - European heads of state will seek agreement over a proposed $856 billion pandemic recovery fund - and to discuss the bloc's next multiyear budget - when they meet Friday in Brussels. Neithe
Why allotments offer urban oases for bees and butterflies
Half of the world's people already live in urban areas, and that number will only grow in the future. Is this bad n
German league issues guidelines on fans' return to stadiums
The return of supporters to German stadiums next season took a step closer on Wednesday as the 36 clubs in the Bundesliga's top two tiers received guidelines on how to keep spectators safe from inf
Pompeo Threatens New Sanctions Over Russia-Germany Pipeline
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday threatened new sanctions to stop the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that Russia is building to Germany.
"Our expectation is that those who partici
Germany's Anabin database includes India's NID institute in its list
New Delhi [India], July 15 (ANI): With Germany's Anabin database including National Institutes of Design (NID) in its list, Indian students will now be able to easily apply for work permits in Germany
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