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The German brand lost €513 million euros last year, after cutting ties with the controversial music producer and now has a mountain of branded footwear stockpiled with no-where to go.
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Can unpaid traffic fines stop you crossing EU borders?
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From its qualities as an aphrodisiac to oral sex refusals - asparagus season is about to take all of Europe by storm.
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In the UK families could spend a whopping 75% of their monthly income on childcare, which discourages women from going back to work.
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EU delays final vote on combustion engine ban, exposing dissent
Under the proposed law, new sales of cars and vans that run on fossil fuels will be totally banned after 2035.
Chancellor Scholz warns China: Don't send weapons to Russia
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Thursday called on China to refrain from sending weapons to Russia and instead use its influence to press Moscow for the withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine
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Refuge in Germany: One million Ukrainians have settled since war began
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Car-maker Ford to slash 3,800 in jobs in Europe
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German ballet boss suspended for rubbing 'dog poo' in critic's face
German police in the state of Hannover are investigating the ballet director after he was accused of smearing animal faeces into the face of critic who's review he disliked.
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