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Black Sea is frozen near the Romanian coastline

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...died as a result of freezing weather in the country since last Friday, the government has announced in Kiev. Most of the 101 who died were homeless people and 64 of them were found dead on the streets, the emergencies ministry said. Hundreds of others have been treated in hospital for frostbite, hypothermia and other cold-related conditions. Temperatures plunged to below -35C in parts of Eastern...

Europe’s key animals have made a comeback over the past 50 years

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A new European report suggests that some of the continent’s key animals have made a comeback over the past 50 years. Conservationists say species such as bears, wolves, lynx, eagles and vultures have increased in numbers. They believe that protection, curbs on hunting and people moving away from rural areas and into cities have helped Europe’s wildlife to recover. The analysis was car...

The latest spacecraft in Europe's long-running Meteosat series has just gone into orbit on an Ariane rocket

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The latest spacecraft in Europe’s long-running Meteosat series has just gone into orbit on an Ariane rocket. It is now being manoeuvred into a position some 36,000 km above the Earth from where it can keep a constant watch on developing weather systems. The spacecraft is the 10th Meteosat platform to go into service since 1977. Its pictures will soon be feeding into the daily forecasts prov...

Researchers have found that red dots, hand stencils and animal figures represent the oldest examples yet found of cave art in Europe

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...that red dots, hand stencils and animal figures represent the oldest examples yet found of cave art in Europe. The symbols on the walls at 11 Spanish locations, including the World Heritage sites of Altamira, El Castillo and Tito Bustillo have long been recognized for their antiquity. But researchers have now used refined dating techniques to get a more accurate determination of their ages. One m...

EU leaders at Brussels summit say they are committed to tackling tax evasion and will push for global action to curb banking secrecy

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...o tackling tax evasion and will push for global action to curb banking secrecy. The president of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, said there was a “strong political will” in Europe to make tax systems fairer. He said the EU would draft tougher rules this year on banking transparency. Herman Van Rompuy was speaking after summit talks in Brussels. A key goal is to prevent multina...

Thousands of people flee their homes as central Europe flood waters rise

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...ge across the continent was estimated at 20 billion euros ($26 billion). The destruction so far seen in the capital has been relatively minor compared to elsewhere. In southern and western areas of the country, several towns and villages are under water. Main roads in many areas of central Europe have been closed and rail services cut. Thousands of homes are without power. Czech police said on Mon...

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Council of Europe has urged Germany to end the practice of surgically castrating sex offenders. The Council of Europe’s anti-torture committee said such voluntary treatment, albeit rare in Germany, was “degrading”. In Germany no more than five sex offenders a year have been opting for castration, hoping it will lower their sex drives and reduce their jail term. The committeeR...

A new study suggests that Neanderthals were already on the verge of extinction in Europe by the time modern humans arrived on the scene

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A new study suggests that Neanderthals were already on the verge of extinction in Europe by the time modern humans arrived on the scene. The study used DNA analysis which revealed most Neanderthals in Western Europe died out as early as 50,000 years ago – thousands of years before our own species appeared. A small group of Neanderthals then recolonized parts of Europe, surviving for 10,000...

Stock Market

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...equities for the perceived safety of higher-rated government bonds. U.S. banking stocks are heading into a bear market as Europe’s debt crisis pressures the sector. The KBW Bank index , which measures the performance of 24 U.S. banks, is down 16 percent from a peak in March. The index was down 1.2 percent just after the open on Monday. Morgan Stanley has come under pressure as bond markets...

European car sales were 10.3 percent lower in March 2013 from a year earlier, the 18th consecutive month of falls

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European car sales were 10.3% lower in March 2013 from a year earlier, the 18th consecutive month of falls. The figures, from the Association of European Carmakers (ACEA) showed most carmakers saw sales drop, with Peugeot Citroen and Toyota suffering the most. Continuing economic stagnation across Europe has depressed sales for almost six years. The UK was the only country in Europe where sales r...

The ongoing French air traffic controllers strike is causing further disruption for European travelers

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...France’s busiest airports had to be cancelled on Wednesday amid protests at plans for a single European airspace. Controllers say the plans will affect public safety and working conditions. Airlines based outside France have also suffered upheaval. Ryanair was forced to cancel more than 240 flights on Wednesday, while EasyJet scrapped 128. Air traffic workers elsewhere in Europe were expecte...

Hundreds of people were forced to evacuate their homes in the Italian city of Pisa as the Arno River threatened to burst its banks

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France and Italy are on flood alert as heavy rain brings chaos to parts of Europe. Hundreds of people were forced to evacuate their homes in the Italian city of Pisa as the Arno River threatened to burst its banks on Friday. High seas are expected to cause widespread flooding along France’s Atlantic coast. Meanwhile, deep snow drifts left dozens of people stranded in Serbia. Hundreds of pe...

Heavy snow caused severe travel disruption in north-west Europe

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Frankfurt airport, Europe’s third-busiest hub, has partially re-opened after heavy snow caused severe travel disruption in north-west Europe. One of the three runways was operating again for take-offs only, Frankfurt airport operator said. Hundreds of flights via Frankfurt and Paris have been cancelled. The Eurostar high-speed train service between London, Paris and Brussels has been suspen...

Baby boxes, where parents can leave an unwanted baby, common in medieval Europe, have been making a comeback over the last 10 years

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Baby boxes, where parents can leave an unwanted baby, common in medieval Europe, have been making a comeback over the last 10 years. Supporters say a heated box, monitored by nurses, is better for babies than abandonment on the street – but the UN says it violates the rights of the child. It is an unlikely scene for the most painful of dramas. On the edge of a road in a leafy suburb of Berl...

Bodybuilder’s head literally paled in comparison to his super-bronzed body as he flexed his muscles for the judges

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...the world, and we are excited to begin the globalization of our event with the first Arnold Classic Europe,” Jim Lorimer said last year. “Rafael Santonja has been one of our biggest supporters and we look forward to working together for many years.” The original Arnold Classic, now known as the Arnold Sports Festival, has been held in Columbus, Ohio for 24 years. The Arnold Classic Europe, held a...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

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...nbsp; Although Samsung officials rejected the Apple accusations, which they found as not being based on concrete evidence, Apple managed to convince judges from regional court of Dusseldorf, Germany. Apple obtained a preliminary injunction against Samsung for stopping sales and marketing of Galaxy Tab 10.1 on the European continent, excepting for the Netherlands, where Apple has a separate trial....

After Europe hailed his discovery of the Americas in the 15th century, Christopher Columbus was blamed for introducing syphilis to Old World

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...a University’s Kristin Harper, claim that all the evidence putting Christopher Columbus and his crew in the clear is flawed. George Armelagos told LiveScience: “There’s no really good evidence of a syphilis case before 1492 in Europe.” After Europe hailed his discovery of the Americas in the 15th century, Christopher Columbus was blamed for introducing syphilis to Old World Curable in the...

Facebook users faced problems accessing the social network in many countries across Europe for about two hours on Wednesday due to "technical difficulties"

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Facebook users faced problems accessing the social network in many countries across Europe for about two hours on Wednesday due to “technical difficulties”. Facebook smartphone and tablet apps were also affected, as users reported on Twitter. The company apologized for the incident and said the issue was now resolved. “Today we experienced technical difficulties causing the site...

Legal battle rages between Apple and Samsung over alleged similarities between their touchscreen smartphones and handsets

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...ealed this week that the company was considering legal action to ban Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5 in Europe, after one of its executives admitted a similar move was planned in Korea. Since Apple launched iPhone, there is no secret that Samsung makes many of the components inside it, in fact, even Samsung‘s CEO has admitted: “Apple is our biggest customer.” But when Samsung launched its ow...

Troops in Romania were deployed last week to rescue those stranded in cars by blizzards

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At least 60 deaths are reported in eastern and central Europe due to freezing conditions caused by a cold snap over the last days. Low temperatures, forcing some countries to deploy the army and set up emergency shelters, is set to continue to Friday, according to forecasters. Most of the people – at least 30, mostly homeless – have died in Ukraine. Deaths have also been reported in Poland,...

The cold snap that hit Europe in the last week has already claimed more than 260 lives across the continent

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...o now, most of them homeless people, and 1,800 people have been taken to hospital. Eight people died in Poland overnight, police say, bringing the toll to 53. In Romania, another 6 people died overnight rising the death toll to 34, the Black Sea is still frozen on the coastline and dozens of roads are closed due the freezing rain that hit the country after the snowfalls. The cold snap that hit Eu...

Hundreds of thousands of participants dancing and having a good time on West London streets at Notting Hill Carnival 2011

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Hundreds of thousands of participants dancing and having a good time in Rio de Janeiro-style have been on West London streets for Europe’s biggest carnival of Notting Hill.   Drumming groups, colorful girls, floats and sound systems were all taking centre stage. Scotland Yard put a record of 6,500 police officers on duty in first big test since the latest England riots. Officers were patroll...

Ford shares have fallen 3.9 percent in early Wall Street trading on the rising cost of fixing its European business

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Carmaker Ford shares have fallen 3.9% in early Wall Street trading on the rising cost of fixing its European business. Ford cautioned that 2013 losses in Europe would be $2 billion, greater than its previous $1.5 billion estimate. The stock market reacted negatively, despite Ford reporting profits for the last three months of 2012 that beat expectations thanks to strong US sales. Earnings after t...

President Barack Obama has announced he will nominate US Air Force General Philip Breedlove as NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe

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...nced he will nominate US Air Force General Philip Breedlove as NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe. Gen. Philip Breedlove, whose nomination was endorsed by ambassadors from the 28 NATO allies, is expected to succeed Admiral James Stavridis. He is currently the commander of US Air Force units in Europe and Africa. President Barack Obama has announced he will nominate US Air Force General...

ACTA protest

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...for good. Click to join the day of action, in person or virtually — let’s win this! In 24 hours, people across the planet are joining a global street protest to bury ACTA for good.  This week our massive 2 million ACTA petition caused shockwaves in Brussels, and we’ve just learned that Germany has put ACTA on ice and other governments are close to following suit. If Europe s...