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  • 70,000 to be evacuated after WWII bomb uncovered in Frankfurt

    Some 70,000 people in Frankfurt will have to leave their homes this weekend in one of the biggest such evacuations in post-war Germany, police said on Wednesday, after an unexploded World War-II bomb nicknamed “blockbuster” was uncovered...

    The unexploded bomb was discovered on Tuesday during building work a stone's throw from the Westend Campus of the Goethe University Frankfurt, police said in a statement...

  • Star authors en vogue at Frankfurt book fair

    FRANKFURT: Margaret Atwood, Dan Brown and Nicholas Sparks are among the big names descending on Frankfurt this week as the world’s oldest book fair glams up for the Instagram generation, hoping to wow the crowds with “live events” by star authors...

    Legendary Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood, whose 1985 dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale is now a successful TV show, will be among the top draws in Frankfurt where she will be...

  • Frankfurt extend Bremen’s winless run

    FRANKFURT: Sebastien Haller struck late for Eintracht Frankfurt to beat struggling Werder Bremen 2-1 on Friday and deny the visiting side a point in their first Bundesliga game since firing their coach...

    Former under-23 coach Florian Kohfeldt took over from the sacked Alexander Nouri in an attempt to steer Bremen to their first win at the 11th attempt, but his side were hanging on for what would have been just their sixth point,...

  • Dortmund give away two-goal lead in Frankfurt stalemate

    BERLIN: Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund threw away a two-goal lead in their 2-2 draw at Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday as the pressure remains on goalkeeper Roman Burki...

    Dortmund took the lead just a minute after Frankfurt’s Ante Rebic had a goal disallowed for offside as Marc Bartra’s long-range pass was converted on 19 minutes by Sahin, who sprinted 80 metres to celebrate with Burki...

  • Frankfurt in German Cup final after Gladbach shootout win

    MOENCHENGLADBACH: Eintr­acht Frankfurt won 7-6 in a penalty shoot-out at Borussia Moencheng­ladbach after a 1-1 draw on Tuesday to reach the German Cup final for the first time in 11 years and set up a showdown with either holders Bayern Munich or Borussia Dortmund...

    The first 12 spot-kicks were scored before Frankfurt goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky saved Andreas Christe­nsen’s effort for Gladbach...

  • Wolfsburg see off Frankfurt in season opener

    BERLIN: VfL Wolfsburg, last season’s runners-up, were made to work hard in their Bundesliga opener for a 2-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt on Sunday despite establishing an early two-goal lead...

    Perisic opened the scoring with a clever header from Max Kruse’s cross in the 13th and Dost volleyed in from a deep throw-in four minutes later...

  • Seferovic’s strike keeps Frankfurt in Bundesliga

    NUREMBERG: Eintracht Frankfurt kept their Bundesliga place and condemned Nuremberg to another season in the second tier after Haris Seferovic gave them a 1-0 away win in a tense relegation/promotion play-off on Monday...

    The Swiss striker’s 66th-minute strike after good work from Mijat Gacinovic, his first since November, earned Frankfurt a 2-1 aggregate win against the deflated hosts who had needed only a goalless draw to return to...

  • Frankfurt reach Cup semis, Dortmund game called off

    Russ, who was diagnosed with testicular cancer after a tumour was found last May, came on in injury time to help Frankfurt hold on to edge second-division Arminia Bielefeld 1-0 at home...

    Danny Blum scored what proved to be Frankfurt’s winner after six minutes...

  • Dortmund stumble against Augsburg, Frankfurt go third

    BERLIN: Borussia Dortmund missed a bagful of chances to draw 1-1 at home with Augsburg on Tuesday, as they squandered the opportunity to make up ground in the Bundesliga title race heading into the winter break while Eintracht Frankfurt went third with a 3-0 victory over 10-man Mainz 05...

    Dortmund are fourth on 27 points, nine points adrift of leaders Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig, who face each other on Wednesday, while Frankfurt...

  • Freiburg come from behind to shock Eintracht Frankfurt

    BERLIN: Striker Florian Niederlechner netted both of Freiburg’s goals in their shock 2-1 comeback win at Bundesliga high-fliers Eintracht Frankfurt on Sunday to leave them just outside the top six...

    Freiburg, last season’s second division champions, forced their way back into the game as Niederlechner rounded Frankfurt goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky on 25 minutes to score...

  • Ten-man Frankfurt extend Bayern’s winless run

    BERLIN: Bayern Munich’s early-season euphoria has vanished after the Bundesliga leaders twice surrendered the lead in a 2-2 draw at 10-man Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday for the German giants’ third consecutive game without a win...

    After Germany international Joshua Kimmich put Bayern ahead, Frankfurt had Huszti sent off, but Mexico midfielder Marco Fabian scored their crucial second equaliser 12 minutes from time...

  • Schalke, Frankfurt make German Cup semis

    BERLIN: A first half goal from Guido Burgstaller fired Schalke 04 to a 1-0 victory over VfL Wolfsburg and a place in the semi-finals of the German Cup on Wednesday...

    Last year’s finalists Eintracht Frankfurt also progressed to the last four, as a comedy of defensive errors saw them beat local rivals Mainz 05 3-0...

  • Batshuayi scores winner as Dortmund down Frankfurt 3-2

    BERLIN: Michy Batshuayi scored deep in injury time for Borussia Dortmund to beat Eintracht Frankfurt 3-2 and return to third place in the Bundesliga on Sunday...

    The visitors were expecting a share of the points after Danny Blum’s injury-time equaliser, but there was still time for Batshuayi, who was dropped from the starting lineup, to score his second goal of the game...

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