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Germany has Europe's lowest rates of youth unemployment, partly because of its traditional apprenticeship system, which allows young Germans who don't go to university to train and qualify in companies.
Described by his most high-profile victim's family as "truly heinous", who is serial killer Levi Bellfield?
Junior doctors attempt to drum up sympathy
Watch Dortmund fans interrupt their German Cup quarter-final at Stuttgart by throwing tennis balls on to the pitch, in protest against ticket prices.
A poster for a Vietnamese restaurant in Glasgow is cleared by the Advertising Standards Authority.
Last Samurai star Ken Watanabe says he is suffering from stomach cancer and delays his return to Broadway while he has treatment.
A range of cybersecurity experts warn parents to beware of buying VTech's electronic toys following its handling of a recent hack attack.
President Obama's plans to regulate emissions of carbon dioxide from US power plants are stalled by the Supreme Court.
The government has missed its teacher recruitment targets for the last four years amid growing teacher shortages, says the official spending watchdog.
The restoration of the rock star's London digs
Rarely seen pictures by Jacques Henri Lartigue reveal his love of colour photographs.
The England football team suit is about to be unveiled. But how English is this England suit?
The S African mayor who wants schoolgirls to stay 'pure'
The chair designed to fit like a baseball glove
The London flat lived in by Jimi Hendrix in the 1960s has been restored.
In 2002, Judit Polgar became the first woman to beat then world champion Garry Kasparov.
The last artisan at Singapore's strangest theme park
Maker of TV hit Glee, 20th Century Fox, loses its appeal against a comedy club chain of the same name.
Any agreement on changes to the UK's membership of the EU would be "legally binding", papers released ahead of next week's crunch summit indicate.