Austria election result a 'good omen' for Europe
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said that the far-right defeat in Austria's presidential election was "a good omen" for Europe. Source: AAP. 5 Dec 2016 - 5:34 AM UPDATED 16 MINS AGO ...
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- Austrian vote result 'good omen against populism in Europe':
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier today said that the far-right defeat in Austria's presidential election was "a good omen" for Europe. "If the first results are confirmed this will be a good omen against populism in Europe," Steinmeier ...and more »
- The Asian Age
Merkel: Europe's face of liberalism
The Asian Age
S Nihal Singh has four editorships under his belt, with globetrotting stints in Singapore, Pakistan, Moscow, London, New York, Paris and Dubai. Published : Dec 5, 2016, 12:57 am IST. Updated : Dec 5, 2016, 12:58 am IST ...and more »
- The best of British displayed at a Europe-themed show in Kings Bromley in 1990
The village of Kings Bromley sprang to life with frivolity and festivities at its 72nd annual country show in July 1990. The theme for the fun day was 'Europe' and has interesting parallels 26 years later to the UK's current position and the Brexit ...
- The Independent
Why Italians are so angry ahead of Europe's most important vote since Brexit
To get a sense of the mood among Italians as they vote in a crucial referendum, on a constitutional overhaul on which Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has staked his leadership, you need only to speak to those whose life savings were wiped out in a ...
- ABC News
4 Bad Reasons to Miss Out on Europe This Year
Paris skyline with the Eiffel Tower seen from Tour Montparnasse 56 at night, Aug. 3, 2013, in Paris. 0 Shares. Email. Back in 2009, the New York Times reported "shockingly" low fares to Europe. The report showed prices from a few sites (including my ...and more »
Trying to imitate Trump's victory, Italy's Beppe Grillo could help throw Europe into crisis - Washington PostWashington Post
Trying to imitate Trump's victory, Italy's Beppe Grillo could help throw Europe into crisis
When Beppe Grillo started to make headlines at the leader of Italy's biggest protest party more than six years ago, it was hard to avoid the puns. A comedian turned politician, Grillo was laughed at and branded a “clown.” But by 2013, the laughing ...
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- $38 Billion Finnish Fund Moves Assets to U.S. as Europe Founders
One of the Nordic region's biggest asset managers is adjusting its portfolio to reflect a lack of confidence in Europe and a growing faith in the prospects of a U.S. boom. Ilmarinen, a Finnish pension fund that oversees about 36 billion euros ($38 ...and more »
- Times of Malta
The best from Europe
Times of Malta
It has been over two and half years since Eden cinemas launched their Side Street Films venture, dedicated to films that do not bask in the spotlight of the Hollywood mainstream. Giving a platform to independent, arthouse, 'foreign' language titles has ...
- Santa monica Observed
Electric Car Charging Network Planned Across Europe
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Several well-known motor companies are determined to make electric car use easier for consumers. BMW, Ford Motor Company, Daimler AG, and Volkswagen Group with Audi and Porsche are among the manufacturers teaming up to provide more efficient ...and more »
- The Guardian
Wines from the heart of Europe
The hills are alive: slopes planted in Lavaux on the shores of Lake Geneva. The wine terraces are a Unesco world heritage site. Photograph: Laurent Gillieron/EPA. Wine · David Williams's wines of the week ...
Europe's EnVyUs wins inaugural OGN Overwatch APEX Season 1
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- Citizen TV (press release)
Nigeria, Morocco mull gas pipeline to Europe
Nigeria and Morocco are in talks over a huge project to extend a West African gas pipeline to stretch up towards Europe, officials say. Nigerian Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama said in a government video posted on Twitter on Friday that the pipeline ...
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- Channel 4 News
Italy referendum could have big consequences across Europe
Channel 4 News
Italians go to the polls tomorrow to vote on key political changes – in a referendum which could spark economic turmoil. Prime Minister Matteo Renzi says he'll resign if he loses – and that's sending jitters through financial markets. One former ...
Trump, Brexit and the Rise of Europe's Far-Right Stoke Fear in Brussels
When I first met Katrine Steinfeld over dinner in Brussels a few weeks ago, she seemed to epitomize the thousands of bright young people drawn to Europe's capital. For more than 70 years, such people, backed by American support and dollars, have been ...and more »
- USA TODAY
Rick Steves: Europe's great walled towns
As a kid, my treehouse was my castle: no parents reining me in, a ladder that pulled up, and nails sticking down through the ceiling — just long enough to keep out bullies taller than me. With my sliding tongue-in-groove panels, I could see who was ...
- BBC News
Corbyn urges Europe's progressive parties to fight 'populist right'
Jeremy Corbyn has urged progressive parties across Europe to unite against the rise of the "populist right". In a speech in Prague, the Labour leader accused some right-wing parties of being "political parasites" who were "feeding on people's concerns".
Corbyn: “Alarming acceleration” in the populist right across Europe and beyondLabourList
Labour Party seeks amendment to Brexit bill to avoid isola
Europe depends heavily on the economic performance of Italy – that is why Sunday's referendum matters - The IndependentThe Independent
Europe depends heavily on the economic performance of Italy – that is why Sunday's referendum matters
For many years the Common Market and EU membership worked well for Italy. It enjoyed rapid growth in the 1950s and 1960s. At the end of the 1980s GDP in Italy briefly passed that of the UK and France. But since 2000 the Italian economy has barely grown ...and more »
- Europe's Jews have reason to fear today's political climate
The Globe and Mail
To be Jewish and European today is to wonder just who can be trusted. If you're one of the 1.5 million Jews of Europe, you're still coming to terms with the string of shocking terrorist attacks on Jewish primary schools, museums and markets over the ...and more »
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Massive cold plunge spreads rain and snow from Scandinavia to the eastern Mediterranean.and more »
As Aleppo Burns, Europe Weighs Syria Response With Fears of Renewed Refugee Crisis - Voice of AmericaVoice of America
As Aleppo Burns, Europe Weighs Syria Response With Fears of Renewed Refugee Crisis
Voice of America
As Syrian government forces continue to push deeper into the rebel stronghold of eastern Aleppo, analysts say the wider geopolitical ramifications are being felt across the West. In Europe, demands for the removal of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ...and more »
- New Scientist
Europe's green energy policy is a disaster for the environment
The European Union's proposals for revising its renewable energy policies are greenwashing and don't solve the serious flaws, say environmental groups. The EU gets 65 per cent of its renewable energy from biofuels – mainly wood – but it is failing to ...
- BBC News
Europe presses ahead with Mars rover
Europe will push ahead with its plan to put a UK-assembled robotic rover on the surface of Mars in 2021. Research ministers meeting in Lucerne, Switzerland, have agreed to stump up the outstanding €436m euros needed to take the project through to ...
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- BBC News
IS group to step up attacks on Europe - Europol
Europol has warned that militants from so-called Islamic State (IS) will aim to step up attacks on European targets, as they face defeat in the Middle East. The European police force says more foreign fighters will try to come back to Europe, and ...
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- EU police report highlights ongoing IS threat to Europe
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The Islamic State group is likely to carry out new attacks in the European Union in the near future, probably targeting countries that are members of the U.S.-led coalition fighting the extremist organization in Syria and Iraq ...and more »
- The Sydney Morning Herald
Europe takes focus as polls unsettle market
The Sydney Morning Herald
Markets are braced for a full calendar of events in Europe beginning with the Italian referendum on Sunday but for contrarian thinkers hoping to see a Donald Trump-style risk rally, the reality is the capacity for Europe to reinvent itself is more ...and more »
CNN's Great Big Story eyes Scandinavia as it expands across Europe
It turns out American and Scandinavian audiences have a lot in common when it comes to video tastes. At least, that's the case with Great Big Story's videos, and is why the year-old social video network and independent CNN subsidiary, is now pushing ...
- iTech Post
Ice Age Man Burned Down Forests In Europe
Even in the past, man has been changing the environment for his survival. Ice Age man has burned down forests in Europe, as a study finds. (Elearnin/YouTube). Early man was mostly a hunter-gatherer. Not until man learned to plant and harvest did he ...
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- South China Morning Post
Why Sunday could be a dark day for Europe...and the world
South China Morning Post
If he wins the presidential run-off in Austria on Sunday, Norbert Hofer becomes Europe's first far-right leader since the second world war. Photo: Xinhua. David Dodwell. Share. PrintEmail. Related topics. Inside Out & Outside In. Related Articles ...
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- The Times (subscription)
Jobseekers flood in from Europe before gates close
The Times (subscription)
A surge in EU migrants looking for work helped to push immigration to a record high last year as Britain's economy continued to attract jobseekers from around the world, official figures showed yesterday. Immigration to the UK rose to 650,000 in the ...and more »
- BBC News
Europe ministers debate space future
The International Space Station was a big sticking point in negotiations on day one of the European Space Agency's Ministerial Council. A familiar story. Research ministers gathered here in Lucerne, Switzerland, to agree an €11bn (£9.5bn; $12bn) ...and more »
Massive explosion at one of Europe's biggest oil refineries amid fears toxic cloud could drift across continent - Mirror.co.ukMirror.co.uk
Massive explosion at one of Europe's biggest oil refineries amid fears toxic cloud could drift across continent
There has been a massive explosion at an Italian oil refinery, amid fears that thousands of tonnes of fuel could ignite. The blaze, at plant in the Italian town of Sannazzaro dei Burgondi, north of Milan is engulfed in flames following the blast ...
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- Mr. Trump and Europe. How Would Trump Reshape EU Policies?
Center for Research on Globalization
Since this interview was given, an important event happened, important for world history. Fidel Castro died on 25 November, at the age of 90 (1926 – 2016). Comandante Castro, a lawyer by education, with a true sense of justice for humanity, has led a ...
Opinion: Russia is making inroads everywhere — the US, Europe and Eurasia
Over the past year, Belarus — one of Russia's steadfast military allies — began slowly warming up to the West. But the political changes going on in the U.S. and Europe could give the nation, and other former Soviet states, cause to reconsider. After ...and more »
- Deutsche Welle
Australian PM says 'rich white kids from Europe' should pay tax
Malcolm Turnbull criticized politicians lobbying for lower tax rates for backpackers. Nevertheless future backpackers narrowly dodged a bullet after he struck a tax deal for the young travelers. Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce, Prime ...and more »
Creating a single market in Europe means data must also travel freely
The Commission promised an initiative to prevent data protectionism and enable the “free flow of data” across the EU. It is an ambitious and welcomed plan, but it now seems that the Commission may take a step backward and not propose the needed ...and more »
- The Economist
France's election shows Europe's line against Russia is fraying
VLADIMIR PUTIN must wonder what he did right. From the refugee crisis to Brexit, Europe's troubles have allowed the Russian president to portray himself as a bulwark of stability in a region of chaos. America's election brought an apparent Kremlin ...
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Ice Age hunters destroyed forests throughout Europe
Large-scale forest fires started by prehistoric hunter-gatherers are probably the reason why Europe is not more densely forested. This is the finding of an international team, including climate researcher Professor Jed Kaplan of the University of ...and more »
Europe building up pipeline of big-league tech IPOs: investors
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Italy's right-wing Salvini sees referendum as vote against Europe
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Ethiopia's Merera Gudina detained after trip to Europe
A prominent opposition leader in Ethiopia has been detained after he returned from Europe. Merera Gudina had violated Ethiopia's state of emergency by having contact with "terrorist" and "anti-peace" groups, state-linked media reported. Mr Merera ...
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Exclusive: Europe's biggest tech hope Spotify starts talking about profit
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Fox Networks Group Europe & Africa Greenlights First Regional Scripted Commission 'The Nine' - DeadlineFox Networks Group Europe & Africa Greenlights First Regional Scripted Commission 'The Nine'
Fox Networks Group Europe and Africa has greenlit its first regional scripted commission The Nine (working title), from Rogue creator Matthew Parkhill and American Odyssey producer Simon Maxwell. Related · 'Night Manager' Crafts RTS Wins; Sorrentino ...and more »
Visa Europe hires Starcom for media
Starcom has won Visa's media account across Europe, consolidating the business it has with the bank card and payment processing giant in the rest of the world. Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Share0. Visa Europe hires Starcom for media. MEC, the incumbent, and ...
'This spells WAR!' Turkey prepares dinghies to send 3000 migrants to Europe EVERY DAY - Express.co.ukExpress.co.uk
'This spells WAR!' Turkey prepares dinghies to send 3000 migrants to Europe EVERY DAY
THOUSANDS of migrants will be released every day from Turkey and sent over to Europe as the controversial one-for-one deal collapses, intelligence officials have warned. By Zoie O'Brien. PUBLISHED: 09:37, Thu, Dec 1, 2016 | UPDATED: 10:04, Thu, Dec ...and more »
- Wall Street Journal
Investors See Opportunities in Europe's Political Stress
Wall Street Journal
As politics spook European markets, some large fund managers are buying battered stocks and bonds in a bet that worries about rising populist movements are overblown. Europe's political calendar is staked with votes that could result in ...
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- Carnegie Europe
Deal-Maker Trump Will Feel at Home With Eastern Europe
Summary: Even before U.S. President-elect Donald Trump won the White House, much of Eastern Europe was living in Trumpland, where politics is more about making deals than about building institutions. Related Topics. Europe · United States.and more »
Travel alert issued for South Africans heading to Europe this festive season
Cape Town - Flight Centre Travel Group has advised South Africans travelling to Europe over the festive season to remain vigilant and take extra care. The alert comes after the US State Department last week advised citizens travelling in Europe to be ...
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- CBBC Newsround
How do you move Gentoo penguins across Europe?
A group of Gentoo penguins, who have been living in Denmark, northern Europe, are being moved to a new home at the Sea Life Centre in Birmingham. The penguins can normally be found living in the Antarctic and they thrive in colder temperatures.
- BBC News
Europe space ministers meet to decide Mars rover plan - BBC News
Europe's research ministers are meeting in Lucerne, Switzerland, to decide whether or not to push ahead with plans to land a robot rover on Mars in 2021.and more »