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The new leader of Germany's liberal Free Democrats , voted in at the weekend to rescue the party from oblivion after it crashed out of parliament in September's elections, has ruled out tapping into euroscepticism as a way to regain popularity.
At the Make-A-Wish Christmas party Saturday, Jake Coffman, 7, Spring Run works on arts and crafts.
Northwest Florida is about to enter the race to bring hundreds, if not thousands, of jobs related to the Airbus factory under construction in Mobile, Ala., to the area.
ISLAMABAD: Eleven exhibitors of agriculture sector from Pakistan participated in one of the largest trade fairs of agriculture machinery and equipment, 'Agritechnica-2013' held in Hanover Germany.
On a dreary Friday before the four-week Advent season begins, while dusk shifts to darkness, I seek the spirit of Christmas.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to check a heavy winter coat at your departing airport when flying to tropical destinations? Can fliers find a taste of home at airports? It depends on in what airports they search.
This artist's rendering provided by Madrid Scientific Films in December 2013 shows Sima de los Huesos hominins who are estimated to have lived approximately 400,000 years ago during the Middle Pleistocene.
Europe's biggest brothel spanning nearly 20,000 square feet, costing 3.8million and employing nearly 100 working girls is poised to open in Germany.
The killer, known only as Detlef G, a 55-year-old chief inspector with the Saxon Germany state police, reportedly has told investigators that he met his victim through a cannibalism website that hooks up those who want to dine on human flesh with those hoping to be eaten.
A view of former Nazi death camp of Auschwitz Birkenau during the marking the 67th anniversary of the liberation of the camp by Soviet troops.
I am, my map tells me, standing on the meat bridge. It's not nearly as exciting an experience as that name suggests.
Thousands of people in Britain face a second day of flooding Friday as the country confronts its worst tidal surge in 60 years after a powerful storm with hurricane-force gusts roared across northern Europe.
A sign in Norddeich, Germany, for the ferry to Norderney island reads "Next departure to Norderney cancelled due to weather."
Reducing the amount of sunlight reaching the planet's surface by geoengineering may not undo climate change after all.
In this photo taken Monday, Dec. 2, 2013, Turkish born Ahmet Ertas, center, talks to his son Okan, left, and an employee in his Burger Shop in Berlin, Germany.