Part six of our series on the London Olympics looks at the parties taking place in some of the East End's old industrial buildings.
Jerome Boateng and Toni Kroos say Germany will increase their intensity when they play their first World Cup game. Kroos also believes he's still hungry for titles despite winning the Champions League with Real Madrid.
A lot of people seem to be having trouble getting enthused about this World Cup. But, when the matches actually begin, the beautiful game is bound to draw us back in, just as it always has, writes DW's Chuck Penfold.
While plenty of the talk about Germany is about football as the World Cup starts, plenty more is about a political incident that just won’t go away. How they handle the spotlight will be key to their title defense.
A major US-led exercise in Poland and the Baltic states has kicked off. It comes amid interest from Poland in welcoming a permanent US military presence on its territory.
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