What started out as a harebrained idea is keeping four friends in Aachen very busy. They run a bar together in the evenings, after they're done with their day jobs. It's not as easy as they thought it would be.
Carnival starts in Cologne's streets on Thursday and as always, it will draw thousands of revelers. If you follow the wise articles of Cologne's "Basic Law," you, too, can enjoy what people there call the "fifth season."
It is more than just a change of company ownership. With the sale of Aydin Dogan's media unit to the Demiroren Group, media diversity in Turkey is dead, writes Rainer Hermann of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
The new owner of Opel-Vauxhall says it won't begin involuntary layoffs at the loss making carmaker it bought from GM. The restructuring plan will see factories remain open and the brand expand to 20 new export markets.
German diesel vehicle owners accept that diesel is on its way out. But they're enraged that politicians haven't forced emissions-cheating carmakers to retrofit existing diesel cars with proper pollution abatement kits.
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