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General Motors Co. said Monday it has given full responsibility for GM's European business to a new entity called Opel Group that combines oversight of the Opel/Vauxhall brands, plus other operations including GM's Russian business.
Darmstadt, Germany, July 17, 2014, Computer Simulation Technology AG announces the availability of Optenni Lab 3.0 through the worldwide CST sales network.
Constantin Medien AG 21.07.2014 16:30 Dissemination of a Voting Rights Announcement, transmitted by DGAP - a company of EQS Group AG.
TEEN and The American Standard Film Co. have teamed up on this new video for 'Tied Up Tied Down', a new and strange take on the summer beach movie.
"Profoundly moved" by this picture of desolation wrought by his troops, General von Hausen departed from the ruins of Dinant secure in the conviction that the responsibility lay with the Belgian government "which approved this perfidious street fighting contrary to international law."
Sunbury attorney Sidney Apfelbaum may have interacted with a German space pioneer only briefly, but Wernher von Braun's contribution to the U.S. space program may not have occurred if not for Apfelbaum.
Lieselotte "Lottie" Emma Lloyd, 85, of Bryan, Ohio, passed away at 1:50 p.m. on Friday, July 18, 2014, at Genesis Healthcare Center, Bryan, where she had been a resident.
NEW EVIDENCE OF GERMAN GUILT Jirair Tutunjian, Toronto, 12 June 2014 In a recently published book by the Yale University Press about Germany's alliance with Ottoman Turkey during the First World War, co-authors Barry Rubin & Wolfgang G, Schwanitz shed newlight on Berlin's complicity in the Genocide of Armenians.
Small euro zone banks will need to pay a minimal annual levy into a bank back-up fund, according to European Commission plans cited by a German newspaper today.
The first of Lamborghini's stunning, over-the-top Veneno Roadsters has been delivered to a customer in Frankfurt, Germany.
Its launch recognises an ever-increasing trend towards the use of e-commerce solutions in industry.
A leading figure in technology-based art, his most famous work was the 1,600ft Rainbow that lit up the Munich sky at the end of the 1972 Olympics.
Young designers from all over the world submitted approximately 180 concepts to win the prize money, which totaled 5,000 Euros.
Europe is in an uproar. Frankfurt, Germany is rioting, along with France, the UK and in other places where it's Springtime for Hitler all over again.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 02:54 am
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