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Germany: Country in Central Europe
Germany, constitutionally the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central and Western Europe. Covering an area of 357,022 square kilometres (137,847 sq mi), it lies between the Baltic and North seas to the north, and the Alps to the south. It borders Denmark to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, Austria and Switzerland to the south, and France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands to the west.

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Eintracht Frankfurt hit the training pitch with coronavirus restrictions [Video]

Eintracht Frankfurt hit the training pitch with coronavirus restrictions

Bundesliga team Eintracht Frankfurt hold restricted training sessions for their players.

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Elderly German-Danish couple meet daily at the border [Video]

Elderly German-Danish couple meet daily at the border

An elderly Danish woman and her German partner, who met only two years ago, haven't let the closure of the border stop the from seeing each other. They meet there for a chat and a drink every day. Joe..

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Meet the woman who'll never run out of toilet paper [Video]

Meet the woman who'll never run out of toilet paper

Since the coronavirus spread like wildfire across the globe, toilet paper has been one of the main protagonists of the crisis. Juli Gudehus has been collecting toilet rolls since 1989 and now, in the..

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German gymnasts find novel ways to train at home [Video]

German gymnasts find novel ways to train at home

Gymnasts in the German city of Dresden are making the best of things as they try to keep fit while gyms are closed during the lockdown.

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Top EU court: eastern states broke law by refusing refugees [Video]

Top EU court: eastern states broke law by refusing refugees

The European Union's top court ruled on Thursday that Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic had broken the law by refusing to host refugees to help ease the burden on southern states such as Greece..

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Coronavirus in Germany: more tests, more masks - better anticipation? [Video]

Coronavirus in Germany: more tests, more masks - better anticipation?

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Communities secretary on virus testing capacity [Video]

Communities secretary on virus testing capacity

Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick claims the UK now have the capacity to test 15,000 people for coronavirus daily in the UK. Mr Jenrick also said he wanted to see the UK go "much further and much..

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Drive-in cinema in Germany open during Covid-19 crisis [Video]

Drive-in cinema in Germany open during Covid-19 crisis

Residents of the German city of Essen flocked to their local drive-in cinema on Monday, reigniting a pastime of the old world fit for the Covid-19 era. Tickets were only available online, and a maximum..

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Can 'green stimulus' help corona-stricken economies? [Video]

Can 'green stimulus' help corona-stricken economies?

Many countries are having to spend heavily to weather the economic storm, while also facing the challenge of keeping carbon reduction pledges. Could “green stimulus” be the answer? Megan Revell..

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Loss of sense of smell and taste potential symptoms of coronavirus [Video]

Loss of sense of smell and taste potential symptoms of coronavirus

Anosmia, the loss of smell; hyposmia, a reduced sense of smell; and dysgeusia, the distortion of the sense of taste could all be linked to COVID-19.

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Countries offer solidarity to their neighbours amid Covid-19 outbreak [Video]

Countries offer solidarity to their neighbours amid Covid-19 outbreak

Whilst Albania and Germany offer aid to their struggling neighbours, solidarity grows within borders as well. View on euronews

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COVID-19: Germany sees low fatalities despite high infection rate [Video]

COVID-19: Germany sees low fatalities despite high infection rate

Germany has some of the world’s highest infection numbers but its mortality rate is much lower than its neighbours.

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Paris hospitals near breaking point as Europe endures coronavirus [Video]

Paris hospitals near breaking point as Europe endures coronavirus

Europe continues to struggle with coronavirus cases across the continent. Paris hospitals are feeling the strain, but there may be possible signs of relief in hard hit Spain. Lauren Anthony reports.

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Paris hospitals near breaking point as Europe endures [Video]

Paris hospitals near breaking point as Europe endures

Europe continues to struggle with coronavirus cases across the continent. Paris hospitals are feeling the strain, but there may be possible signs of relief in hard hit Spain. Lauren Anthony reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:45Published
Germany, Switzerland help France deal with COVID-19 patients [Video]

Germany, Switzerland help France deal with COVID-19 patients

At a time when so many borders in the EU have shut, it is a display of European solidarity.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:09Published
Patron of epidemics: Cathedral shows St Corona relics [Video]

Patron of epidemics: Cathedral shows St Corona relics

Germany's Aachen cathedral has dug out the relics of little-known Saint Corona, patron of epidemics, from its treasure chamber and is polishing up her elaborate shrine to go on show after the crisis..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:35Published
Stocks rebound on hopes for massive global stimulus [Video]

Stocks rebound on hopes for massive global stimulus

Stocks in Asia and Europe gained Tuesday after the Federal Reserve promised unlimited supplies of dollars. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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Germany bans public gatherings as infections slow down [Video]

Germany bans public gatherings as infections slow down

Head of its the country's institute for disease control is attributing the reduction in coronavirus cases to social distancing measures in force.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 04:53Published
Germany's nuclear power regions fear for the future [Video]

Germany's nuclear power regions fear for the future

Whilst the German government has pledged 40 billion euros to help coal regions as mines close, those living and working in nuclear power are not seeing the same support. .

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 03:00Published
Vinnie Jones: My wife’s heart transplant ‘saved my life, not just hers’ [Video]

Vinnie Jones: My wife’s heart transplant ‘saved my life, not just hers’

Vinnie Jones has said that his late wife’s heart transplant three decades ago “saved my life, not just hers”. The footballer-turned-actor’s wife Tanya suffered heart failure after giving birth..

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Finance Says Germany Preparing 150 Billion Supplementary Budget [Video]

Finance Says Germany Preparing 150 Billion Supplementary Budget

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German finance minister Olaf Scholz said on Saturday that the government was readying a supplementary budget of 150 billion euros ($160 billion), as part of a broader funding..

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Volkswagen To Shut Some Factories, Two Weeks Or More [Video]

Volkswagen To Shut Some Factories, Two Weeks Or More

(Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p. DE) said on Saturday its factories will be closing for two weeks and in some regions three, amid growing concerns over the spread of the coronavirus...

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:35Published
Coronavirus outbreak: "Life in Germany in times of COVID-19 really varies according to your age" [Video]

Coronavirus outbreak: "Life in Germany in times of COVID-19 really varies according to your age"

Credit: FRANCE 24 English     Duration: 01:24Published

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