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5 Things in 5 Minutes in Germany​: COVID-19 Reproduction Rate on the Rise

This week we are looking at: -Reproduction rate on the rise again after restrictions loosened -Germany faced with food shortages, drought -German doctors strip off out of frustration at lack of medical equipment -Muslims observe Ramadan with joy, sadness under COVID-19 -German farm offers online sessions with alpacas to help calm nerves Our show 5 Things in 5 Minutes in Germany brings you up to speed on what’s happening in the country with the most interesting five stories of that week in just 5 minutes. Our Germany correspondent Yunus Paksoy reports.

5 Things in 5 Minutes - 1st Episode

5 Things in 5 Minutes - 1st Episode

5 Things in 5 Minutes in Germany: Journalists attacked three times in one week

5 Things in 5 Minutes in Germany: Journalists attacked three times in one week

5 Things in 5 Minutes in Germany - Can Germany endure a second COVID-19 wave?

5 Things in 5 Minutes in Germany - Can Germany endure a second COVID-19 wave?

German army lost 100,000 rounds of ammunition | 5 Things in 5 Minutes in Germany

German army lost 100,000 rounds of ammunition | 5 Things in 5 Minutes in Germany

Türkiye Moves Closer to Completing Its First Nuclear Power Plant

Türkiye Moves Closer to Completing Its First Nuclear Power Plant

Bosnia-Croatia Relations Tested: Election Law and Peljesac Bridge

Bosnia-Croatia Relations Tested: Election Law and Peljesac Bridge

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

Indicting a Former President | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Indicting a Former President | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Why Russia’s Balkan influence threatens region's fragile peace

Why Russia’s Balkan influence threatens region's fragile peace

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

Africa Matters: Scramble for Africa

Africa Matters: Scramble for Africa

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

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