Cleanup operations are underway across western and northern Europe after a severe storm left at least 15 people dead. Starting in England and Wales, the storm ripped up trees and caused chaos to roads and railways.
Sex chain Beate Uhse's filing of an insolvency rescue plan has left Germany wondering why the firm failed to keep pace with the revolution it triggered post-war. Its new head Michael Specht says he's still "confident."
At least seven people died, five of them in their vehicles, and the public was warned to stay indoors as gale force winds and rain swept across northern Germany. Public transport was also severely disrupted.
Germany's wild boars can be dangerous when they enter urban areas. Residents from Heide, a small northern German town, found that out for themselves on Friday morning.
The 37-year-old had found the section in a wood in the northern part of the city in 1999. He has now made his discovery public to ensure officials preserve the historic site.
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