When a retirement home was unable to find qualified German care-givers, it decided to teach German to four Portuguese students. They're hoping to work full-time in Germany once they've passed the language test.
Eurogroup chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem has come under increasing pressure over comments he made about debt-ridden nations playing fast and loose with their money. Italy and Portugal have called for his resignation.
Germans are known the world over for their virtues: efficient, reliable and always on time. But is all this actually a myth? Don't look for German virtues in Berlin, says columnist Gero Schliess.
How is the German election viewed from 2,500 miles away? In a world plagued with instability, acclaimed Indian writer Kiran Nagarkar wishes Angela Merkel could be elected global chancellor.
Leaders from all over the continent are sending words of praise for the former president of Cuba. Fidel Castro was an important figure in Africa during the 1960s and '70s.
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