We meet Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen at the Frankfurt Book Fair whose books on his crime series featuring Detective Carl Mørck are international bestsellers.
The Italian FA has fined Serie A and Rome club Lazio after their supporters were found to have distributed anti-Semitic material featuring Holocaust victim Anne Frank. However, they have avoided a stadium ban.
"Babylon Berlin" is the most expensive TV series to have ever been filmed in Germany. Tom Tykwer's adaptation of a detective novel series portrays Berlin in the 1920s — a vibrant period before the Nazis came to power.
Denmark's football association has reached an agreement that will allow the country's women's team to play a World Cup qualifying match next week. This came after a match had been canceled due to a dispute over pay.
US writer Sue Grafton, famous for her novels about female detective Kinsey Millhone, passed away after a two-year battle with cancer. Her last book "Y is for Yesterday" was meant to be Millhone's penultimate adventure.
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