Germany has a reputation as being a great footballing nation. Its national team have been world champions three times. But why are the Germans so football crazy? Find out in the third part of our series: "Those Germans!"
Jürgen Klinsmann speaks to DW about soccer in the US, his search for identity and his German roots. The former German star has recently been nominated as German Football Ambassador.
A lottery will decide if either Guinea or Mali will qualify in the Africa Cup of Nations. However, Cameroon are undoubtedly going home: Volker Finke, the team's German coach, is now under pressure.
German beer brewers reported their first increase in sales in almost a decade, helped by strong consumption during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Just like in the football tournament, champions also changed in the industry.
Whether in the theater or the soccer stadium, or on Three Kings' Day, painting one's face black is a highly controversial practice. A Berlin jury has named it Germany's Anglicism of the year.
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