Jane and John have found some agro-food distributors who are interested in their products. But exporting to Europe is an expensive business. In this episode we find out the solution to their dilemma.
Lawmakers are set to vote on measures designed to tackle anti-Semitism in Germany. An anti-Semitism commissioner is a cornerstone of the proposal, but critics insist such a post would be ineffective.
Authorities in Germany have filed charges against an Afghan national for killing a policeman. He is also alleged to have helped transport weapons for the militant Islamist group. Another court convicted an IS supporter.
Engineering giants Siemens and Bombardier are planning to shut down their operations in Görlitz. The exit of the two largest employers in the eastern German town is leaving many wondering whether new jobs can be created.
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