Read more about the article Build Flats Above Fast Food Shops, Left Urge
Image shows a Subway restaurant in Berlin, Germany, undated photo. German lefties wanted to combat housing shortage by building apartments on top of fast food restaurants in the city. (Google Maps/Newsflash)

Build Flats Above Fast Food Shops, Left Urge

Thousands of new apartments should be built above fast food restaurants like McDonald's to solve city housing shortages, politicians in Germany have urged. Left-wing members in the capital Berlin say…

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Read more about the article Scientists Discover New Carnivorous Plants On Social Media
Image shows the newly discovered species Drosera atrata (black sundew) which has the darkest flower color of any sundew species, undated photo. This rare species occurs in very few individuals where it grows and is therefore endangered. (Andreas Fleischmann, SNSB-BSM/Newsflash)

Scientists Discover New Carnivorous Plants On Social Media

Scientists have discovered new carnivorous plant species in Australia after analysing social media photos taken by amateur photographers. The Australian-German research team - led by botanist Andreas Fleischmann from the…

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Read more about the article Ancient Greeks Married First Cousins To Protect Their Estates
Image shows Bronze Age family harvesting grain, undated photo. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, got new insights into Bronze Age marriage rules and family structures in Greece. (Nikola Nevenov/Newsflash)

Ancient Greeks Married First Cousins To Protect Their Estates

Ancient Greeks kept their estates and farmlands together by arranging for first cousins to marry each other, a new study has revealed. Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary…

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Read more about the article Biggest Gems Raid In History Came From School Trip
Image shows the shelves where the jewels were stolen, undated photo. The defendants confessed over the 113 million (GBP 100 million) jewels stolen three years ago from the Green Vault museum in Dresden, Saxony State, Germany. (Newsflash)

Biggest Gems Raid In History Came From School Trip

A gang member behind a EUR 113 million jewellery heist in Germany has told a court that he got the idea for the break-in from a school trip. Mohammed Remmo…

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Read more about the article Protected Alligator’s Feet Impaled On Sticks Found By German Customs
Image shows the alligator feet impaled on sticks, undated photo. They were discovered in a postal package by authorities from the Gelsenkirchen Customs Office, in Germany, in November 2022. (Zoll/Newsflash)

Protected Alligator’s Feet Impaled On Sticks Found By German Customs

German customs have seized four feet from a protected alligator species that were impaled on wooden sticks and sent as a gift from the USA. The postal package containing the…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Discover 3,000-Year-Old Ritual Wishing Well Filled With Over 100 Well-Preserved Artefacts
Image shows the wishing well that was discovered in Bavaria, Germany, undated photo. More than 100 preserved artifacts were found inside on Friday, Dec. 12, 2022. (Marcus Guckenbiehl/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Discover 3,000-Year-Old Ritual Wishing Well Filled With Over 100 Well-Preserved Artefacts

Archaeologists have discovered a Bronze Age ritual wishing well filled with over 100 well-preserved artefacts in Bavaria. The Bavarian State Office for Monument Protection in Germany, in a statement obtained…

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Read more about the article Soldiers Buried In Avalanche Digging Snow Caves
Image shows the popular ski resort Stubai Glacier, in the municipality of Neustift im Stubaital, in Tyrol, Austria, undated photo. Five Bundeswehr soldiers were seriously injured after they were buried in an avalanche on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023. (Newsflash)

Soldiers Buried In Avalanche Digging Snow Caves

Soldiers on war games in the Austrian alps have been seriously injured after they were flattened by an avalanche as they dug snow caves. At least three German troopers were…

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Read more about the article Anti-Terror Squad To Return 2,200 Assault Rifles In Legal Row
Picture shows the CR223 semi-automatic rifle, undated. The court in Dusseldorf, Germany, confirmed a judgment for patent infringement by Haenel for the weapon and 2200 weapons police are to be returned to the manufacturer and destroyed. (Newsflash)

Anti-Terror Squad To Return 2,200 Assault Rifles In Legal Row

Anti-terrorist police in eastern Germany may be forced to return more than 2,000 assault rifles after their manufacturer lost a legal patent row with a rival. Judges have ruled that…

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Read more about the article German Zoo Celebrates Xmas By Welcoming 2nd Endangered Asian Elephant Calf
Image shows elephants at the Ganesha Mandir enclosure in the Leipzig Zoo, in Germany, undated photo. A female elephant calf was born on Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2022. (Leipzig Zoo/Newsflash)

German Zoo Celebrates Xmas By Welcoming 2nd Endangered Asian Elephant Calf

The elephant temple Ganesha Mandir in Leipzig Zoo is open again where for the first time, visitors can take a look at the newborn elephant calf. The newborn baby elephant,…

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