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  • Lotterer replaces Kobayashi for Belgian Grand Prix

    LONDON (Reuters) - German driver Andre Lotterer will replace Japan's Kamui Kobayashi at Caterham for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, the Formula One team said on Wednesday. "Lotterer will replace Kamui Kobayashi for this round of the championship. The...
  • Newington 'Bierfest' Set For This Weekend

    NEWINGTON — Beer and Getmütlichkeit — German for "good feeling" — will flow freely this weekend at the Hartford Saengerbund. The Newington-based German singing club, one of the nation's oldest, is holding its biennial bierfest, a...
  • Amazing to be back, says Badstuber after long layoff

    MUNICH (Reuters) - Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber returned to the Bundesliga after a 20-month injury layoff as the champions launched their season by beating VfL Wolfsburg 2-1 on Friday. The former Germany international, who used to be...
  • Google wins victory in row with German publishers

    Google wins victory in row with German publishers
    A German regulator handed Google Inc a victory on Friday as it said it would not pursue a complaint brought against the internet search engine operator by a group of publishers for giving users access to their news articles. Several publishers...
  • Ukraine accuses Russia of 'invasion' as aid trucks reach rebel city

    MOSCOW Ukraine on Friday accused Moscow of a "direct invasion" after the first Russian humanitarian aid trucks reached the eastern rebel-held city of Luhansk, reports said. Some 150 trucks earlier crossed into Ukrainian territory from a border checkpoint...
  • Demanding, low-control jobs linked to type 2 diabetes

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Even without classic risk factors for type 2 diabetes, people with high-stress, low-control jobs were over 60 percent more likely to develop the disease than unstressed workers in a new German study. The findings add...
  • French Lender Cofiloisirs Expanding its Backing to Foreign Films

    As shrinking public funding makes for fewer French films, Cofiloisirs, one of Gaul's top two lending institutions, is seeking to reach out to filmmakers beyond French borders. In the past year, the two men behind the money -- Herve Digne, who in 2012 was...
  • West Africa Ebola deaths reach 1,427, World Health Organization says

    GENEVA The number of deaths from Ebola has risen to 1,427 in West Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. It said 2,615 suspected or confirmed cases had been reported in the region. Between Aug. 19 and 20, 142 new suspected and...
  • WHO: Magnitude of Ebola outbreak underestimated

    GENEVA The magnitude of the Ebola outbreak in Africa has been underestimated because families hide infected relatives in their homes, the World Health Organization said Friday. Because Ebola has no cure, some people infected with the virus preferred to...
  • Putin, Merkel discuss possible paths to Ukraine ceasefire: Kremlin

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed possible joint steps to achieve a ceasefire in Ukraine in a phone conversation, the Kremlin said, ahead of Merkel's trip to Kiev on Saturday. The two...
  • Berlin blocks unearthing of giant Lenin statue head

    Berlin blocks unearthing of giant Lenin statue head
    German authorities have blocked plans to excavate a 3.5-ton granite head of Vladimir Lenin for display in a new Berlin museum due to logistical and cost concerns, the organizers of the exhibition and local media said. The head was part of a famous statue...