Researchers at the Institute for the Study of Labor in Bonn have compared the performance of football players in the German Bundesliga with data on fine dust pollution. The result: the higher the pollution, the fewer the passes played.
Driving bans, stricter emission rules and a hysterical debate over air pollution — this combination could permanently harm Germany's industrial icon. DW's Henrik Böhme asks whether the country really wants to do that.
Lies, greed and secret plans for a European Super League: the latest round of Football Leaks reveal a new level of commercialization in football. DW's Joscha Weber says there's only one thing to do: turn off the TV!
Both goals hailed from a familiar source as Bayern sealed three points at home against rank outsiders AEK Athens. The victory never looked in real doubt, but the performance left much to be desired.
The West African country is hardly known as a tourist destination. In addition to the capital, Dakar, attractions include kilometers of sandy beaches and huge mangrove forests. Time for a visit.
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