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 2021-09-16 19:58 

Euronews

Faroe Islands PM says role of dolphin hunts will be examined after killing sparks outcry...

The Faroese prime minister has said the role of dolphin hunting will be examined after gruesome footage posted on Sunday showed nearly 1,500 dead sea mammals lying on a beach....

 2021-09-16 19:19 

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Four indicted in Germany over links to Islamic extremist group Jabhat al-Nusra...

German citizen Marius A. is alleged to have travelled to Syria in 2013 to fight with the Al-Qaida splinter group, while three other men are accused of collecting funds on his behalf....

 2021-09-16 19:14 

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Entire Dutch rail network disrupted by communications breakdown...

The Dutch rail network ground to a halt on Thursday evening due to a communications breakdown between drivers and traffic managers....

 2021-09-16 19:06 

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European Heritage weekend approaches! What are the coolest events across the continent?...

The programme, which sees up to 20 million visitors every year, generates the greatest value, Euro for Euro, of any European cultural project. Here's how you can get involved where you are....

 2021-09-16 18:05 

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European Commission launches new department for preparing and responding to health emergencies...

The European Health Emergency preparedness and Response Authority (HERA) will initially start with 30 billion in funding. #BrusselsBureau...

 2021-09-16 18:02 

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What are '15-minute cities' and how will they change how we live, work and socialise?...

In the wake of COVID, municipalities around the world are looking at ways to plan cities centred on human beings rather than cars....

 2021-09-16 17:45 

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Why stopping deforestation doesn't just save lives, it revives economies...

New research has shown that deforestation isn't just a problem for removing carbon from the atmosphere, it's also fundamentally changing the climate crucial for Brazil's agriculture to thrive....

 2021-09-16 17:22 

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Stolen church doors return to Cyprus Orthodox Church from Japan decades after Turkish invasion...

The ornately-decorated wooden doors were stolen from a village church after the Turkish invasion in 1974, before resurfacing years later in an art college in Ishikawa....

 2021-09-16 17:19 

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Poland discriminated against gay mother in custody battle, says European court...

A Polish mother has been awarded 10,000 in damages after she lost custody of her children by starting a relationship with another woman....

 2021-09-16 17:14 

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Prosecco v Proek: origin protection move 'sparkles' tension between Italy and Croatia...

Italy, the homeland of Prosecco, is not happy with Croatia's attempt to get EU recognition for the Dalmatian wine, 'Proek'....

 2021-09-16 17:06 

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Berlin referendum: Voters mull one of Europe's most radical ripostes to gentrification...

A referendum on election day on September 26 is neck-and-neck but polls have 'Ja' taking the advantage....

 2021-09-16 16:50 

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Baby killer whale rescued in Russia's Far East...

A baby killer whale that had been stranded in Russia's Far East, was rescued, footage from Russian State TV RU-RTR showed. The rescue took place in the Magadan region, after the killer whale was left stranded when a low tide occurred in the Gertner Ba...

 2021-09-16 16:48 

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The Great Resignation: Could this one trait help leaders prevent an exodus of workers jumping ship?...

A new study shows that empathy is a necessity for leaders in today's workplace and may be key to keeping workers amid "The Great Resignation"....

 2021-09-16 16:13 

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Are you owed money for being turned away from a flight to the EU?...

Due to confusion between UK and EU guidelines, British travellers have unfairly been denied on flights to the continent and might be owed compensation....

 2021-09-16 16:12 

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Ukraine says Russia is violating international law by holding elections in Crimea...

Russia has distributed over 600,000 passports in pro-separatist eastern Ukraine in recent months to encourage residents to vote....

 2021-09-16 16:01 

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European Parliament strongly backs legal rights for digital platform workers...

Brussels will now draw up plans to protect app-based workers, after MEPs overwhelmingly backed giving them full employment rights under EU law....

 2021-09-16 15:55 

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Christo's Arc de Triomphe art project in Paris becomes reality after 60 years...

First dreamt up in the 1960s, 'L'Arc de Triomphe: Wrapped' will see the world-famous monument blanketed in silvery-blue fabric for three weeks....

 2021-09-16 15:44 

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Images of the Fixed Stars: Ancient astronomy manuscript resurrected by Uzbek heritage initiative...

The first true-to-the-original facsimile copy of the manuscript of Images of the Fixed Stars, an ancient astronomy manuscript by one of the most famous Muslim astronomers of all time has been resurrected by Uzbekistan's heritage initiatiative....

 2021-09-16 15:40 

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Gearing up to go green: When are Europe's carmakers making the switch to electric cars?...

Europe-based automakers are pledging to drop petrol and diesel to go all-electric, but how long will it take?...

 2021-09-16 15:36 

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Chef Nino Mosca's Parmigiana di Melanzane Napolitana | The Kitchen...

Nino Mosca, Napolitan chef and maitre de maison of Relais & Chateaux Il Bottaccio in Tuscany, Italy, shares his Parmigiana di Melanzane recipe....

 2021-09-16 14:55 

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Watch live: Christo's Arc de Triomphe art project in Paris becomes reality after 60 years...

First dreamt up in the 1960s, 'L'Arc de Triomphe: Wrapped' will see the world-famous monument blanketed in silvery-blue fabric for three weeks....

 2021-09-16 14:46 

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London Mayor unveils series of colourful road crossings...

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan unveils a series of painted road crossings in central London, created by artist Yinka Ilori, as the British capital hopes to transform a dull and grey winter into an explosion of colour and life amid the coronavirus pandemic....

 2021-09-16 14:42 

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Yom Kippur synagogue attack plot: Teenager and three others arrested in Germany...

The interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia said officials had been tipped off about an...

 2021-09-16 14:36 

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Fixing the hole in the ozone layer was a success. How can we learn from it to cut carbon emissions?...

When the hole in the ozone layer was discovered within four years a solution was found, can't we do the same for climate change?...

 2021-09-16 14:34 

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Thousands demonstrate against new health pass measures in Slovenia...

Around 8,000 gathered in Ljubljana to demonstrate against new COVID-19 restrictions in the largest ever protest in Slovenia....

 2021-09-16 14:33 

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Deutsche Bahn: German rail operator agrees pay deal with union to end strikes...

GDL union said that Deutsche Bahn had agreed to a...

 2021-09-16 14:27 

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NKo TV airs footage of missile launch from train...

North Korea said on Thursday it successfully launched ballistic missiles from a train for the first time and was continuing to bolster its defences, after the two Koreas test-fired missiles hours apart in dueling displays of military might....

 2021-09-16 14:23 

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EU is failing Afghan refugees trying to flee Taliban, say rights groups...

Human rights and refugee groups have appealed to the European Union to step up its help for people trying to flee Afghanistan....

 2021-09-16 14:19 

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Von der Leyen pitches European Chips Act in a bid to boost the EU's tech self-reliance...

A forthcoming European Chips Act will aim at boosting the EU's domestic production of semiconductors, a highly valuable component that powers everyday electronic devices. #BrusselsBureau...

 2021-09-16 14:02 

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The State of the Union speech was a big missed opportunity for Ursula von der Leyen | View...

In her hour-long speech, the Commission President failed to address the most immediate concerns of EU citizens and companies, argues law professor Alberto Alemanno....

 2021-09-16 14:00 

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This plant captures CO2 from the air to 'reverse' climate change...

The Orca plant is expected to capture 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide per year....

 2021-09-16 13:33 

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Sputnik V: WHO suspends approval process for COVID vaccine due to 'manufacturing' concerns...

A regional WHO official said one manufacturing plant for the vaccine had failed to meet the necessary standards....

 2021-09-16 13:27 

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Italy set to be first in Europe to require all employees to have COVID health pass...

The move aims to improve vaccine uptake and reduce the infection rate amid a potential surge in COVID-19 cases this winter....

 2021-09-16 13:08 

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Did Finland do enough to protect its foreign berry pickers from COVID?...

A probe was sparked after more than 400 pickers from Thailand -- brought into Finland for the season -- were found to have COVID-19....

 2021-09-16 13:04 

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'Amazon of Europe' is first UNESCO biosphere to cover five nations...

Five European countries have come together to officiate the biggest transnational UNESCO biosphere reserve....

 2021-09-16 12:11 

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Marks & Spencer to close more than half its stores in France due to Brexit supply problems...

The UK retail chain cites...

 2021-09-16 12:10 

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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 'not all doom and gloom' says Chief Exec...

There was certainly a whole group of works dealing, of course, with either COVID and aspects of COVID directly or the period that has been behind us with a lot of dealing with loneliness and with self-reflection,...

 2021-09-16 11:44 

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Watch live: Cellist virtuoso Mischa Maisky performs Russian repertoire...

Mischa Maisky is considered to be one of the most important cellists of our time. He performs at the InClassica International Music Festival under the baton of Sergey Smbatyan, a renowned expert in the Russian repertoire....

 2021-09-16 11:10 

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Bitcoin ATMs burn as El Salvador protesters march against President Nayib Bukele...

Protesters marched against moves by President Nayib Bukele to centralise power, attacking Bitcoin ATMs installed by the government....

 2021-09-16 09:48 

Euronews

SpaceX launches 4 amateur astronauts in giant leap for space tourism...

The Inspiration4 mission will see the four crew orbit the Earth for three days before splashing down in the Atlantic....

 2021-09-16 09:00 

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These five places in Thailand will soon be quarantine-free for vaccinated travellers...

The capital city is one of five areas in Thailand where vaccinated international travellers will be able to visit from October 1st....

 2021-09-16 07:00 

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Capturing carbon is almost impossible - but nature could be the answer...
 2021-09-16 06:46 

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France suspends 3,000 health workers for failing to get a COVID vaccine...

French healthcare workers had until Wednesday to get at least one dose of the vaccine after vaccination was made compulsory for them in mid-July....

 2021-09-16 06:09 

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US, UK and Australia announce new security pact to counter China in Indo-Pacific...

The pact will enable Australia to acquire nuclear-powered submarines and will see the country scrap its Attack Class Submarine Programme with France in favour of a deal with the UK. Paris has reacted angrily....

 2021-09-16 06:00 

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How can ski resorts survive the climate crisis? This village might have the answer...

When climate change cut the ski season short and visitor numbers dwindled, this tiny Austrian town turned its attention to making the most of the summer....

 2021-09-16 05:42 

Euronews

Leader of Islamic State in Greater Sahara 'neutralised' by French troops, Macron says...

The French leader described the killing is a...

 2021-09-16 05:00 

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How healthcare companies can benefit from AI and IBM POWER driven IT infrastructures...

It really shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that the healthcare industry is considered one of the most promising areas for the use of artificial intelligence....

 2021-09-16 05:00 

Euronews

The EU promotes the virtues of train travel with the 'Connecting Europe Express'...

Travelling throughout Europe only by train has its difficulties, but the EU and its members are highlighting the environmental virtues of this form of transport with the 'Connecting Europe Express', a train that is currently crisscrossing the cont...

 2021-09-15 20:24 

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Bulgaria to hold third parliamentary election this year in November...

Bulgaria already held parliamentary elections in April and July this year, but the country's largest three parties failed to produce a working coalition government....

 2021-09-15 20:08 

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Paris terror trial: Main suspect says 2015 attack was 'nothing personal'...

"We attacked France, we targeted the population but it was nothing personal," the only surviving attacker told a Paris courtroom....

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