Read more about the article Sueskinds Perfume Could Come To Life As German Boffins Recreate Smells From The Past
Past scents can be recovered from scent archives by extracting molecules using a variety of different methods according to a research from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History located in the German city of Jena. (Michelle O’Reilly/Newsflash)

Sueskinds Perfume Could Come To Life As German Boffins Recreate Smells From The Past

Fans of the novel 'Perfume' by German author Patrick Sueskind will be able to experience some of the pongs and stenches of the 18th-century world he described, after scientists revealed…

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Read more about the article Podgy Middle-Agers Have Higher Risk of Dementia Says Study
University of Leipzig biologist and sub-project leader in the Collaborative Research Center 1052 "Mechanisms of Obesity" Dr Veronica Witte who investigates obesity causes, prevention and therapy in Germany. (Kerstin Flake/Newsflash)

Podgy Middle-Agers Have Higher Risk of Dementia Says Study

Overweight middle-aged people have a higher risk of suffering from dementia at an advanced age, a German study shows. PD Dr Veronica Witte, 41, is a biologist at Leipzig University.…

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Read more about the article Haunting Wreckage Of Downed British WWII Bomber Where 8 Killed Washes Up On Dutch Beach
Short Stirling MK1, the first four-engined British heavy bomber used in the Second World War. (@Egmond4045/Newsflash)

Haunting Wreckage Of Downed British WWII Bomber Where 8 Killed Washes Up On Dutch Beach

The wreckage of this British World War II bomber that crashed, killing all eight people on board, has washed up on a Dutch beach in what has been described as…

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Read more about the article Mystery Over Stolen Egyptian Sarcophagus Made Of Gold And Sold To Metropolitan Museum Of Art In NYC Solved In Hamburg
The gilded Coffin lid for the Priest Nedjemankh from the late Ptolemaic Period (150–50 B.C.) in Egypt. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York/Newsflash)

Mystery Over Stolen Egyptian Sarcophagus Made Of Gold And Sold To Metropolitan Museum Of Art In NYC Solved In Hamburg

The mystery surrounding a stolen ancient golden Egyptian sarcophagus that was sold to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City using forged export documents has been solved with…

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Read more about the article German Farmer Gets Plough Embedded In Unexploded British World War II Bomb During Fieldwork
The British INC30 World War II grenade that a farmer found during fieldwork in the German town of Viersen. (Stadt Viersen/Newsflash)

German Farmer Gets Plough Embedded In Unexploded British World War II Bomb During Fieldwork

These images show how a German farmer got his plough embedded in an unexploded British World War II bomb while working his field. Newsflash obtained the images and a statement…

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Read more about the article German States Are Outlawing Russian Z And Making It A Criminal Offence To Support Putins Actions In Ukraine
Georg Eisenreich, Justice Minister, Member of the Bundesrat of Germany. (@G.Eisenreich/Newsflash)

German States Are Outlawing Russian Z And Making It A Criminal Offence To Support Putins Actions In Ukraine

German states have declared that showing the Russian 'Z' used in the invasion of Ukraine will become a criminal offence. Several federal states have announced that there will be criminal…

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Read more about the article Rare Painting Worth GBP 35 Million Saved From Nazis To Be Sold At Auction By Christies In London
Franz Marc's painting named The Foxes (1913) which will be auctioned at Christie's in London in England for GBP 35 Million. (Kunstpalast - ARTOTHEK/Newsflash)

Rare Painting Worth GBP 35 Million Saved From Nazis To Be Sold At Auction By Christies In London

A painting which was sold to German-American film director William Dieterle in 1940 to avoid it being destroyed by the Nazis during World War II is set to be auctioned…

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