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Every year in Germany, 500,000 people are diagnosed with cancer. Only about half of these people can be cured. It’s no wonder that the pharmaceutical industry works tirelessly to deliver improved treatments.
Bugs have long been consumed in Japan, but now the market is growing. Insect vendors say this is because of the numerous nutritional and environmental benefits of this form of protein.
Arms exports from Germany brought in record revenue during 2021, with just under half coming from Egypt. The ministry responsible said the new "traffic light coalition" government wants tighter regulation.
Germany's domestic intelligence service says the Chinese hacking group APT 27 has launched cyberattacks on businesses. The group has long been suspected of attacking Western government agencies.
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