Germans' love of sausage is legendary. Per capita consumption averages some 30 kilos a year. So what's so great about German sausage - and why do Germans eat so much of it? Find out in the first part of our series: Those Germans...
Stereotypical images of German bread, beer and sausages have begun to fade in Japan as imports of fine wines, quality meat and high-end chocolate and cocoa products rise. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
A year ago, Brexit looming, Tamsin Walker became one of thousands of Brits to apply for German citizenship. Six months into her dual nationality, she reflects on what it feels like to be Deutsch.
People living in Germany's smallest state, Saarland, are proud of their home and their wine-drinking, barbecuing, easygoing culture. Now there is a way for Saarländer to show off that pride with tailor-made emojis.
What began with 22 firms and a €338 million fine for sausage and processed-meat price-fixing in 2014 has become an appeal by three companies denying wrongdoing. Why did they not use the 'sausage gap?'
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