The unemployment crises in countries like Spain is forcing people to think about making a move. Many are following the jobs trail north. We profile a Spanish project manager at Airbus in Germany.
Years of protest by indigenous peoples eventually led the city of Los Angeles to remove a statue of Christopher Columbus, reigniting heated debate on both sides of the Atlantic over Spanish genocide in Latin America.
The jobless rate in Europe's biggest economy fell to its lowest October level since German unification nearly three decades ago. But brisk job creation and robust growth threaten to boost inflation in the months ahead.
Germany's women played out a stalemate against Spain on Tuesday but the match will be remembered for other reasons. Hamburg and Germany great Horst Hrubesch got an emotional goodbye after his final game in the dugout.
Germany's industrial giants have been reluctant to invest in the costly production of electric car battery cells until now. Will a €1 billion government grant be enough to recover time lost to China and South Korea?
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