- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 17, 2009

PARIS (AP) - In a March 11 story and glance about France moving to raise the legal drinking age to 18, The Associated Press erroneously reported the minimum age for drinking hard liquor in Germany. It is 18 for hard liquor, not 16, though beer and wine may be consumed at age 16 in Germany.

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