Dresden marks 70 years since massive Allied bombing
Reus' injury scare leaves Dortmund's Klopp fuming
Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus is set to be fit for their forthcoming Champions League clash against Juventus, but his German Cup injury scare still left coach Jurgen Klopp fuming. The 25-year-old Reus, who has already had two long lay-offs with ankle injuries this season, had to be helped off after only 25 minutes of Dortmund's 2-0 third-round win at Dynamo Dresden on Tuesday. An examination ...
Immobile eases Dortmund into cup quarters
Borussia Dortmund eased to a 2-0 victory at third-division Dynamo Dresden on Tuesday to book their place in the German Cup quarter-finals thank to Ciro Immobile's second-half goals. The Italy striker pounced on a mistake by Dresden captain Michael Hefele to give Dortmund a 50th-minute lead and lit up a dull third-round tie to put the 2012 cup winners into the last eight. Immobile then added ...
Klopp: I thought Reus had broken his leg
The Borussia Dortmund star had to come off after just 20 minutes against Dynamo Dresden with what appeared to be a serious injury, but the problem is not as bad as first feared
In Amanda Palmer's Book
You've got to watch (out for) Amanda Palmer fans. They'll sneak in with the humans. I've found that out a few times - I was pretty clear about not enjoying her solo work and then things got even worse for me when I reviewed a Dresden Dolls gig; Ms Palmer was not happy .
Dresden WW2 bombing raids killed 25,000 people - but it WASN'T a war crime
By the time RAF rear gunner Peter Twinn?s Lancaster got to the target, the area below was already a mass of fires. ?But it didn?t stand out as something special? he recalled. ?It was just another target and one town on fire is very much the same as another ? only the acreage was greater.?
Letter: Dresden justified
It amazes me that we are now being accused of committing a war crime concerning Sir Arthur ?Bomber? Harris? fronting the bombing of Dresden where 25,000 people were killed.
Klopp: I thought Reus had a broken leg
Jurgen Klopp admitted he thought Marco Reus had broken his leg after watching him get carried off the pitch in the first half of Borussia Dortmund's 2-0 DFB-Pokal win over Dynamo Dresden.
Frank Richter uses the power of talk to help German towns think about immigrants
To Germans uneasy about their obligation to welcome foreign asylum seekers, Richter offers meaningful dialogue.
Heavy-handed bin orders shock residents in Dresden
FAMILIES are heading for a dust-up after being served legal notices warning them not to put their bins out too early ? or too late. Householders in Chaplin Road, Dresden, say they are being unfairly targeted by blanket notices issued by Stoke-on-Trent City Council. The letters warn residents they must only put out household and recycled waste bags on certain days of the week or risk a £80 fine ...