Articles Tagged with Berlin

Pregnancy Over Age 50: 65-Year-Old Berlin Mother Of 13 Pregnant With Quadruplets

Annegret Raunigk pregnant with quadruplets at 65

Sixty-five-year-old Berlin grandmother Annegret Raunigk is about to become the world’s oldest mother, as she’s set to give birth to quadruplets this summer. Raunigk, who currently has 13 children, chose to become pregnant by IVF after her 9-year-old daughter asked for a little brother or sister. The expectant schoolteacher was artificially inseminated by both donated… Read more »

Thousands Of German Protesters To U.S. GMO Ag: ‘We’re Fed Up!’

Tens of thousands of protesters march against GMO's in Berlin.

A massive march occurred in Germany protesting GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) and other harmful farming practices from the United States yesterday. The massive march in Berlin saw over 50,000 protesters and included participation from over 120 different organizations including farmers, ethical consumers, and activists who want to send a message loud and clear that they… Read more »

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ Wraps Up In Atlanta, Moving To Paris

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Production for the final installation in Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games franchise has wrapped in Atlanta, Georgia. Nina Jacobson, one of the film’s producers, tweeted about wrapping, thanking The Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence and the crew for all of their hard work. Just wrapped Atlanta. My heart is full of gratitude for our amazing US… Read more »

Gummy Bear Battle: German Company Wins Trademark Violation Lawsuit

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Berlin, Germany – A gummy bear manufacturer has won a legal battle over what it felt was a trademark violation by a Swiss candy company, according to The Associated Press. Haribo GmbH previously claimed that Lindt’s gold foil-wrapped chocolate teddy bear was a violation of its “Gold Bear” gummy bear. Although the offending product was… Read more »

World’s Rarest Dog Is Genetically Unsafe

Rarest Dog In The World Population Is Dwindling

Fewer than 500 of the world’s rarest dogs-the Ethiopian wolf-are genetically coming apart, scientist have said. The world’s rarest dog is Africa’s only species of wolf and a 12-year study suggests that only a small amount of gene flow exists in the small populations. This means the wolves are at a greater risk of extinction… Read more »