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Germany-explosion: Germany: explosion on a site of chemical factories, wounded, 5 missing © Reuters / Anna Fross Germany: explosion on A site of chemical factories, wounded, 5 missing Berlin (Reuters) - Five people are missing and several were injured on Tuesday after a strong explosion on a site of chemical factories, in Leverkusen, in the west of the Germany, announces the operator of the Chempark site, Currenta.
about every fourth produced beer produced in the EU is brewed in Germany. In 2020, according to the European Statistics Agency Eurostat, almost 32 billion liters of alcoholic beer in the EU were produced.
24 percent of them - or 7.5 billion liters - were manufactured in Germany. According to the official data, Germany is the largest beer producer in the EU. Poland lands in the ranking place two with 3.8 billion liters of beer, followed by Spain and the Netherlands.beer production drops
compared to 2019, however, eight percent less alcoholic beer in the EU has been brewed last year, Eurostat said. The biggest losses existed in Italy, where the beer production almost halved. The production of non-alcoholic beer in the EU remained stable.
Germany exported comparatively little beer. The largest beer faster were the Netherlands with 1.9 billion liters - 21 percent of all exports in EU countries and third countries. In second place, Belgium came with 1.7 billion liters, followed by Germany with 1.5 billion liters. Most of the beer was sold to other EU countries - outside the EU, especially in the US and the United Kingdom.
"Donnie Darko" comes for the first time in German cinemas .
a cult film, which officially did not ran into the cinemas? There is - at least for high-caliber productions - yes rarely. "Donnie Darko" is such a special case. On September 21, over 20 years after its premiere, you can see him in the cinema for the first time in Germany. © Provided by www.musikexpress.de Donnie Darko (Jake Gylenhal) with its disturbing fantasy reading in the Hasenkostüm.