Beelitz is known for one thing and one thing only: asparagus. This is the story of how a vegetable came to shape the economic and cultural identity of a small German town.
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Writing in British medical journal The Lancet, medics from the Charite hospital in Berlin outline how they treated the Russian opposition leader for Novichok poisoning.
TOPModel uses a cast of 14 dolls to market its stationery and makeup products to girls. A German initiative to challenge harmful messages in ads has just awarded the brand a prize for "absurd gender marketing."
A beer called Colonia from the state of Hesse has been banned from sale in Cologne and its surrounding state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Officials fear it could be confused with the Rhineland's famous Kölsch brew.
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