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Dusseldorf Grand Prix: Dimitri Peters triumphs on home soil

Local favourite Dimitri Peters gave the crowd something to smile about when he downed Cuba’s Jose Armenteros in the under 100 kilo final at the

Local favourite Dimitri Peters gave the crowd something to smile about when he downed Cuba’s Jose Armenteros in the under 100 kilo final at the

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Bo Kyeong Jeong strikes gold in Dusseldorf

The Dusseldorf Grand Prix got underway on Friday with Bo Kyeong Jeong proving unstoppable in the women’s under 48 kilo category. The 24-year-old made

The Dusseldorf Grand Prix got underway on Friday with Bo Kyeong Jeong proving unstoppable in the women’s under 48 kilo category. The 24-year-old made

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Strike grounds 100,000 passengers as Lufthansa cancels 900 flights

Germany’s biggest airline Lufthansa has been forced to cancel nearly a thousand flights on Monday because of a strike by cabin crew. Some 113,000

Germany’s biggest airline Lufthansa has been forced to cancel nearly a thousand flights on Monday because of a strike by cabin crew. Some 113,000

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Dusseldorf church memorial for plane crash victims

A special church service was held in Dusseldorf’s Catholic Basilika, St. Lambertus on Friday to commemorate and remember the victims of the

A special church service was held in Dusseldorf’s Catholic Basilika, St. Lambertus on Friday to commemorate and remember the victims of the

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France: relatives of Germanwings victims visit crash scene

Relatives of those on-board the Germanwings flight which crashed in the French Alps have been arriving in Le Vernet. It is the closest inhabited area

Relatives of those on-board the Germanwings flight which crashed in the French Alps have been arriving in Le Vernet. It is the closest inhabited area

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Germanwings crash: plane 'pulverised,' says journalist

A French journalist, who says he was the first reporter to arrive at the scene of the Germanwings air crash, has told euronews that it appears the

A French journalist, who says he was the first reporter to arrive at the scene of the Germanwings air crash, has told euronews that it appears the

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France plane crash: Spain observes three days of mourning

The Spanish government has declared three days of mourning after the plane crash in southern France on Tuesday. The 150 people on board are presumed

The Spanish government has declared three days of mourning after the plane crash in southern France on Tuesday. The 150 people on board are presumed

Culture

ZERO art retrospective brings light to Berlin

An exhibition has begun in Berlin in honour of ZERO, the German avant-garde art movement. ZERO focused on light and dynamism and sought to give art

An exhibition has begun in Berlin in honour of ZERO, the German avant-garde art movement. ZERO focused on light and dynamism and sought to give art

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Harrison triumphs in Dusseldorf

America’s Kayla Harrison produced a stunning performance to down Anamari Velensek in the final of the under 78 kilo category at the Judo Grand Prix

America’s Kayla Harrison produced a stunning performance to down Anamari Velensek in the final of the under 78 kilo category at the Judo Grand Prix

Science_technology

'Hey, Ray, park my car!'

Passengers flying out of Germany’s Düsseldorf airport are being offered a new kind of service. A robot valet that will park your car. A reservation

Passengers flying out of Germany’s Düsseldorf airport are being offered a new kind of service. A robot valet that will park your car. A reservation

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Judo Grand Prix: host country Germany wins a gold

On the third and final day of the Judo Grand Prix in Dusseldorf, Luise Malzahn ended Germany’s wait for a gold medal. She defeated Anamari Velensek

On the third and final day of the Judo Grand Prix in Dusseldorf, Luise Malzahn ended Germany’s wait for a gold medal. She defeated Anamari Velensek

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Dusseldorf Judo Grand Prix: Day two

Reigning world champion Yarden Gerbi was made to pay for a lack of aggression in the 63 kilogram category final. The Israeli was thrown for

Reigning world champion Yarden Gerbi was made to pay for a lack of aggression in the 63 kilogram category final. The Israeli was thrown for

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Dusseldorf kickstarts Judo Grand Prix season

The first Judo Grand Prix of the year got underway in Dusseldorf, Germany on Friday. Russia’s Natalia Kuziutina was in top form as she won the

The first Judo Grand Prix of the year got underway in Dusseldorf, Germany on Friday. Russia’s Natalia Kuziutina was in top form as she won the

Culture

Cologne furniture fair: 'The trend is that there is no trend'

It’s heaven for furniture and interior design lovers. The International Furnishing Show in the German city of Cologne brings together more than a

It’s heaven for furniture and interior design lovers. The International Furnishing Show in the German city of Cologne brings together more than a

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Duesseldorf airport reopens after security alert

Duesseldorf airport, Germany’s third largest, has reopened after a three-hour closure on Tuesday following a security alert. A suspicious piece of

Duesseldorf airport, Germany’s third largest, has reopened after a three-hour closure on Tuesday following a security alert. A suspicious piece of

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German Nazi-themed opera cancelled

It is curtains closed for a Nazi-themed Wagner opera in Dusseldorf. The ‘Tannhäuser’, which had been running at the Rheinoper opera house, was

It is curtains closed for a Nazi-themed Wagner opera in Dusseldorf. The ‘Tannhäuser’, which had been running at the Rheinoper opera house, was

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Eurovision song contest fever hits Dusseldorf

It’s that time of year, when the world gears up for the mother of all televised talent shows: the Eurovision song contest!

It’s that time of year, when the world gears up for the mother of all televised talent shows: the Eurovision song contest!

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UK's Blue keen to avoid Eurovision blues

Eurovision rehearsals are reaching fever pitch ahead of next weekend’s annual song contest in Germany. Last year Britain got ten, not nul points

Eurovision rehearsals are reaching fever pitch ahead of next weekend’s annual song contest in Germany. Last year Britain got ten, not nul points