Hassloch in Rheinland-Pfalz is considered Germany's most average town. For 30 years, the GfK consumer research group has been testing new products there. If products sell well, they're later put on the market across Germany.
German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier has said he doesn't understand why domestic carmakers have been so slow to invest in the development and production of electric cars. He called it a big strategic mistake.
Leipzig face Borussia Dortmund coming off one of the worst stretches in club history. With more tough fixtures in the coming weeks, the soft drink squad need a strong result to keep their Champions League hopes alive.
Burkino Faso in West Africa is well known for its religious and cultural tolerance. But several large-scale extremist attacks in the region are putting this to the test. One man is using theater to fight back.
The promise follows revelations that German automakers funded studies in which humans and monkeys inhaled diesel fumes. Volkswagen has placed its chief lobbyist on leave following the reports.
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