Germans' love of sausage is legendary. Per capita consumption averages some 30 kilos a year. So what's so great about German sausage - and why do Germans eat so much of it? Find out in the first part of our series: Those Germans...
Germans don't eat sausage, sauerkraut and potatoes all the time. Here are some of the lighter dishes they'll typically prepare during the summer. (You can still expect a few sausages and potatoes, though.)
Members of Angela Merkel's conservative CDU welcomed Sebastian Kurz at a conference in Erfurt, where he spoke of the need to secure Europe's borders. They hailed the controversial Austrian leader's electoral success.
Germans love a good sausage, particularly if it's covered in a reddish sauce and served with crinkly chips. And that's the way it's been for more than a quarter of a century, according to a new study.
A German domino team was attempting to break a record for miniature dominoes. But a fly triggered a premature chain reaction.
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