Jörg Bertsch from Bühl loves to sew. And he’s come up with a clever way to help the environment. He makes durable bags out of Tetra Paks. "Gigisbags" is the name he’s given to the colorful products that he sells over the Internet.
Germany's reputation as a world leader in recycling is seriously under threat, according to green organizations. The Environment Ministry is seeking to abolish quotas for reusable bottles.
While on an official visit to Nairobi, US Secretary of State John Kerry announced new aid packages for Kenya and South Sudan. Additional aid will be directed toward refugee and security programs in the region.
On July 5th, 1841, Britain's Thomas Cook organized an excursion for workers and their families in England. Tea, ham sandwiches and a brass band were included. It was the birth of mass tourism.
Britain has been a favorite destination for young Greeks fleeing a youth unemployment rate of over 50 percent at home. But now, post-Brexit, many are concerned about their future, as Nick Barnets reports from London.
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