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A court in Munich has fined a 58-year-old man €208,000 for passing calf liver as lower-cost fruit at a grocery store. The court said the fine was justified since the man earned tens of thousands of euros a month.
A German shepherd who vanished from her home in western Germany last August has resurfaced hundreds of kilometers away. Rapunzel was found in bad shape on a Swiss highway, but paramedics say she'll survive.
The Brankens left their six-bedroom house and pool to move into Johannesburg's notoriously dangerous urban slum Hillbrow. They did it because they believe in the rainbow nation. They are the only white family there.
He makes no mistake that he wants to be the top dog in the European Union. But is he not actually an underdog? DW takes a look at the life of the Socialists and Social Democrats' front-runner: Martin Schulz.
Velga Vitola loves animals with all her heart - even going so far as to raise a motherless bear cub in her own house alongside her two children. That was too much animal love for some of her fellow Latvians.
It’s the worst nightmare of every parent, losing a child in an act of violence. But Ray and Violet Donovan have managed to forgive the men who murdered their son, and even meet them face to face.
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