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Coronavirus reduces sparkle in Spain's cava industry [Video]

Coronavirus reduces sparkle in Spain's cava industry

Spain's 1.2 billion euro cava sector has had a turbulent few years with a grape-farmers' strike, foreign buyouts of family firms and a sales hit from the Catalonia separatist crisis. Ciara Lee reports

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Roly-poly: giant panda twins play with mother at Germany’s zoo [Video]

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Video shows playful nine-month-old panda twins rolling around with their mother in Berlin’s zoo

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Germany's Angela Merkel comes out top in leaders' approval poll for COVID-19 crisis

Merkel has broad support of the German people for her handling of pandemic, while less than half of France approves of Macron, according to an exclusive Euronews poll. View on euronews

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The German economy is likely to shrink by 6.6% this year as a consequence of the coronavirus crisis before growing by 10.2% in 2021, the Ifo Institute said on Thursday in its latest update. Ciara Lee..

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Angela Merkel says pandemic will be 'stress test' for EU as Germany prepares presidency

Angela Merkel says pandemic will be 'stress test' for EU as Germany prepares presidency

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EU unveils 750 bln euro plan for coronavirus recovery [Video]

EU unveils 750 bln euro plan for coronavirus recovery

The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled a plan to borrow on the market and then disburse to EU countries 750 billion euros in grants and loans to help them recover from their coronavirus slump...

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Should tomatoes be stored in the fridge? [Video]

Should tomatoes be stored in the fridge?

Well, according to a team of German researchers, the variety of the tomato is much more important when it comes to flavour than the mode of storage.

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Abt leaves Audi Formula E team after esports deception

Daniel Abt has parted company with the Audi Formula E team after letting a professional gamer impersonate him in an official esports race.

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Daniel Abt confirms he's leaving Audi over use of ringer in virtual race

Daniel Abt parts company with the Audi Formula E team after letting a professional gamer impersonate him in an official esports race.

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COVID-19 has 'weakened' the case for the EU, say Germans, French and Italians

Seventy per cent of Italian respondents also said the EU has not done enough to help their country during the crisis — higher than the 60% and 57% observed in Germany and France respectively.View on..

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Kvitova wins at all-Czech tennis tournament under strict social-distancing measures

Petra Kvitova easily advances in an all-Czech tournament in Prague on Tuesday beating Barbora Krejcikova 7-6(3) 6-2.

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Frugal four take on France and Germany as coronavirus recovery plan divides EU [Video]

Frugal four take on France and Germany as coronavirus recovery plan divides EU

Frugal four take on France and Germany as coronavirus recovery plan divides EU

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Volkswagen must buy back 'dieselgate' cars: Germany's top court [Video]

Volkswagen must buy back 'dieselgate' cars: Germany's top court

Court ruling sets precedent for hundreds of thousands of car owners affected by VW emissions test cheating in Germany.

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German Government To Give Lufthansa Massive Pandemic Rescue Package [Video]

German Government To Give Lufthansa Massive Pandemic Rescue Package

Like airlines all over the world, German airline Lufthansa has been hit hard by the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Now, Reuters reports Lufthansa and the German government have reached a..

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Bayern's Thiago to miss top game at Dortmund through injury [Video]

Bayern's Thiago to miss top game at Dortmund through injury

Big Bundesliga rivals go head to head in game that Dortmund need to win to keep title hopes alive

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U.S. churches slowly begin to reopen [Video]

U.S. churches slowly begin to reopen

Some places of worship slowly began to reopen over the weekend in the United States at reduced capacity and with social distancing measures. Gavino Garay has more.

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German theatre company performs in a car park due to coronavirus restrictions [Video]

German theatre company performs in a car park due to coronavirus restrictions

German theatre company performs in a car park due to coronavirus restrictions

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From the red carpet to the drive-in at Cannes [Video]

From the red carpet to the drive-in at Cannes

The Riviera resort of Cannes should have been playing host to the world's biggest names in film. Instead, with its annual film festival postponed and the red carpet rolled up, locals made do with a..

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Djokovic announces Balkans-based tour for June and July [Video]

Djokovic announces Balkans-based tour for June and July

World number one Novak Djokovic is bringing together some of the world's top tennis players for a series of matches to run from Jun. 13-Jul. 5 in the Balkan region.

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Bayern determined to beat Eintracht Frankfurt in empty Munich stadium on Saturday [Video]

Bayern determined to beat Eintracht Frankfurt in empty Munich stadium on Saturday

League leaders hunting another Bundesliga title, supporters or no supporters

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Teams will have to get used to injuries says Dortmund boss Favre [Video]

Teams will have to get used to injuries says Dortmund boss Favre

Resuming season after long break means players more susceptible to knocks

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