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CEO Lütke Daldrup says "the trial operation is an internationally established standard that will help us to open BER as smoothly as possible".
The former monarch has acknowledged he is the biological father of artist Delphine Boël, whose paternity claim he has been battling for years.
A group of 14 French local authorities and several NGOs will try to force oil giant Total to drastically reduce its carbon emissions. Campaigners want the courts to ensure Total does more to curb its own emissions. It is the first climate change l...
Airbus did not disclose the value of the agreement but analysts have reportedly predicted fines could cost the manufacturer as much as €3bn.
Siegmund Listwa had spent five and a half years in concentration camps during World War II, including two years at Auschwitz. This week marks 75 years since the Nazis’ most well-known extermination camp was liberated by the Soviets.
The Democratic Party was leading with 50% of the votes in Emilia-Romagna, against 45% for Salvini’s League, according to projections.