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7 hrs ago | American Reporter
BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. 15, 2011, 9:30 a.m. -- Just two days ago, the New York Times ran a very short story saying that anonymous Deutsch Borse officials in Frankfurt, Germany, had denied a story in the Wall Street Journal several days before saying that the German exchange, based in Frankfurt but a global player, was buying the New York Stock ... (more)
11 hrs ago | Real Clear Politics
Germans are having a hard time believing what happened Tuesday night in Brazil. Sure, they are celebrating their country's 7:1 win over the home favorites in a World Cup semifinal -- street musicians on Berlin's S-Bahn are playing "for the German champions" today -- but newspaper headlines speak of incredulity rather than sheer joy.
A research unit, approved by the German Research Foundation, under the leadership of researchers based in Frankfurt, has made it their goal to throw light on the infection process and the adaptation mechanisms of the germ.
To put a human face on our ancestors, scientists from the Senckenberg Research Institute used sophisticated methods to form 27 model heads based on tiny bone fragments, teeth and skulls collected from across the globe.
A suspected double agent under arrest in Germany appeared to have been working for the CIA for two years, investigators said after allegedly uncovering an American spying device on his computer.
Germany's plan to bring back the nation's gold reserves to Frankfurt by 2020 has fizzled, and instead has for now decided to leave $635 billion of gold in US vaults.
TAKKT AG 07.07.2014 11:15 Dissemination of a Voting Rights Announcement, transmitted by DGAP - a company of EQS Group AG.
Passengers queue at the security checkpoint at the Rhein-Main airport in Frankfurt, Germany.
A suspected German double agent has worked for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency , German newspaper "Bild am Sonntag" reported on Sunday.
A regional office of the European Process Safety Centre opened in June in Frankfurt, Germany.
Fear of new al-Qaida bomb technology caused officials to strengthen security in foreign airports with direct U.S. flights.
Passengers queue at the security checkpoint at the Rhein-Main airport in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday July 3, 2014.
Instagram users share their snapshots as they soak up the sun this week on the beach, at the PNE, in parks and at the ballgame.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 08:55 pm
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