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Europe · Munich

Oktoberfest to go ahead in 2022 after pandemic break

44% Center coverage: 16 sources
The Oktoberfest is due to be held from Sept. 17 to Oct. 3. Reiter said he did not come to his decision lightly due to the pandemic as well as the war in Ukraine. The festival usually attracts around 6 million visitors to Munich a year, with many travelling from abroad.See the Story
Europe · Munich

Villarreal Eliminate Bayern Munich, Advance to UCL Semifinals with 88th-Minute Winner

55% Left coverage: 20 sources
Villarreal through to the Champions League semi-finals at the expense of Bayern Munich. Robert Lewandowski levelled the tie on aggregate with his first chance seven minutes into the second half. The goal came from broken play when Daniel Parejo's ball in his own half was intercepted by Coman and Thomas Muller set up Lewandowski to squeeze his 16th goal of this year's tournament in.See the Story
Europe · Munich

Lewandowski wants to leave Bayern, club's sports director says

50% Center coverage: 16 sources
Robert Lewandowski told the team he would like to play for another team instead of signing an extension. Bayern sports director Hasan Salihamidzic confirmed the news on Saturday. The club has won the Bundesliga championship every year since Lewandowski arrived, including this season, along with the 2020 Champions League title.See the Story
Europe · Munich

Munich mayor says he may remove Russian conductor over Ukraine invasion

Coverage: 19 sources
Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter has threatened to remove Valery Gergiev as chief conductor. Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra also said it would drop the 68-year-old Russian. Carnegie Hall says it was canceling two performances in May of the Mariinsky Orchestra.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Siemens to leave Russia due to Ukraine war, take hefty charge

47% Center coverage: 15 sources
Siemens will quit the Russian market due to the war in Ukraine, it said on Thursday. Losses and charges at its train-making business led to a downturn in profit during its second quarter. The German company employs around 3,000 people in Russia and had previously decided to not take on new projects.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

Vladimir Putin's daughter Katerina Tikhonova has been living with 'Zelensky' in secret: Report

64% Left coverage: 14 sources
Igor Zelensky, 52, is reportedly in a serious, long-term relationship with Katerina Tikhonova, 35, widely believed to be Putin's daughter. The pair are also said to have a daughter who was born in 2017, around the time when Tikhonova reportedly divorced sanctioned business executive Kirill Shamalov. Zelenski retired from the Bavarian State Ballet in April, citing private family circumstances.See the Story
Europe · Ibiza

Bayern Munich facing scrutiny for players' Ibiza party trip

40% Center coverage: 10 sources
Bayern Munich stars flew to Ibiza for a planned trip directly after Saturday's shock defeat at Mainz. Sports director Hasan Salihamidzic had sanctioned the trip as a "team-building measure" Germany legend and former Bayern midfielder Lothar Matthaeus told Sky he felt that the trip to the party island "isn't on"See the Story
Europe · Munich

BMW joins other carmakers in Ukraine crisis output warning

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
BMW predicts its earnings before interest and taxation (EBIT) margin in its car segment in a range of 7-9% due to the war's effects on production. The premium carmaker sold a record 2.52 million vehicles last year despite semiconductor shortages. It reported a 10.3% earnings margin for 2021, its highest since 2017.See the Story
Soccer · Munich

Ajax en Bayern München eens over Gravenberch

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Ryan Gravenberch (20) heeft zijn droomtransfer te pakken. Ajax en Bayern München werden het eens over de transfersom van de middenvelder, voor wie de Duitsers een vaste transfersom van 19 miljoen euro en maximaal 5,5 miljoen euro aan (eenvoudig te realiseren) bonussen betalen. Daarnaast heeft Ajax een doorverkooppercentage van 7,5 procent bedongen.See the Story

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