Christine Ferber is located in France’s Alsace region. She conjures up delicious home made jams and her clients include leading restaurants and delicatessens in Paris.
France elected a political maverick as president and granted him a huge parliamentary majority. A Franco-German studies expert talks to DW about what Macron has done so far, and what his fading poll numbers really mean.
A plague of algae is washing up on beaches in Brittany. Experts say only a drastic cut in nitrate fertilizer use will get rid of it, but farmers are reluctant to ditch the chemicals.
Ultimately, Goethe got his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in Strasbourg. But he spent more time with his beloved in Sessenheim. The village in Alsace has been glad to reap the benefits.
One hundred days after the election, only one in three French citizens is happy with Emmanuel Macron as president. But that doesn't mean it's over for him, argues DW's Christoph Hasselbach.
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