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Europe weather: Continent braces for second heat wave in under a month - INSIDER
Europe weather: Continent braces for second heat wave in under a month  INSIDER

Europe could see temperatures reaching as high as 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in some areas on Wednesday and Thursday next week.


Facing realism in Europe - The Jerusalem Post
Facing realism in Europe  The Jerusalem Post

These options can be summarized under three major policy prescriptions along which a new immigration policy would have to be designed.


Europe and US brace for extreme temperatures as heatwave returns - The Telegraph
Europe and US brace for extreme temperatures as heatwave returns  The Telegraph

The United States and Europe are bracing for extreme heat this week as several countries face an incredible rise in temperatures.


Europe Is Back - Foreign Policy
Europe Is Back  Foreign Policy

For the past two decades, the United States has essentially ignored the European Union. Through Republican and Democratic administrations alike, ...


Pollution Costs In Europe Near the Level Where They Really Matter - Bloomberg
Pollution Costs In Europe Near the Level Where They Really Matter  Bloomberg

Emissions allowances in Europe almost doubled in the past year, and supplies are likely to dry up in August with lower auction volumes.


Europe's weak economy is driving the region into another lost decade - CNN
Europe's weak economy is driving the region into another lost decade  CNN

Europe just endured one decade of economic stagnation. If it doesn't act soon, it could face another.


Europe risks irrelevance in the age of great power competition - Financial Times
Europe risks irrelevance in the age of great power competition  Financial Times

An unpredictable US, rising China and revanchist Russia pose serious strategic challenges.


Once Again, Ukraine Steps Into the Unknown - Foreign Policy
Once Again, Ukraine Steps Into the Unknown  Foreign Policy

KIEV, Ukraine—At first glance, the glass-walled offices of Golos look like a tech start-up. Young volunteers in jeans and hoodies are ensconced in orange bean ...


20 of the best campsites in the UK and Europe accessible by public transport - The Guardian
20 of the best campsites in the UK and Europe accessible by public transport  The Guardian

Many sites are off-limits to those without a vehicle, but there are plenty of small scenic sites in the UK and Europe that can be reached by bus and train.


Europe fines Qualcomm $270 million for 'predatory pricing' - CNN
Europe fines Qualcomm $270 million for 'predatory pricing'  CNN

Europe has hit Qualcomm with a €242 million ($271 million) fine, saying the US chipmaker used "predatory pricing" to drive a competitor out of the market for 3G ...


Europe's Future Will Be Decided in North Africa - Foreign Policy
Europe's Future Will Be Decided in North Africa  Foreign Policy

When I first came to Washington in the 1990s, people who worked on North Africa were few and far between. It was considered a backwater; no one ever came ...


Electric car models to triple in Europe by 2021 - BBC News
Electric car models to triple in Europe by 2021  BBC News

The number of electric car models available to consumers in Europe is expected to triple by 2021, says a European environmental lobby group. The uptake of ...


Von der Leyen rows back on ‘United States of Europe’ - POLITICO.eu
Von der Leyen rows back on ‘United States of Europe’  POLITICO.eu

The Commission president-elect also extends an olive branch to Eastern and Central European countries in an interview.


Europe's Plan to Prove Its Tech Muscle Gets Lost in Space - Bloomberg
Europe's Plan to Prove Its Tech Muscle Gets Lost in Space  Bloomberg

Europe's determination to build up its own, independent, tech infrastructure took a hit this week.


Europe Considering Brexit Extension for Next PM, Guardian Says - Bloomberg
Europe Considering Brexit Extension for Next PM, Guardian Says  Bloomberg

The European Union is preparing to offer the next British Prime Minister a Brexit extension beyond Oct. 31 to provide yet another attempt to reach an agreement, ...


Why half the scientists in some eastern European countries are women - The Economist
Why half the scientists in some eastern European countries are women  The Economist

SCIENCE IS STILL a man's world. Since 1903, when Marie Curie first won the Nobel Prize, almost 600 blokes but only 19 women have taken home the coveted ...


Europe's Outcry Mounts Over Iran's Tanker Seizure, U.K. Stresses 'Desire To Deescalate' - Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty
Europe's Outcry Mounts Over Iran's Tanker Seizure, U.K. Stresses 'Desire To Deescalate'  Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty

The EU has accused Tehran of risking "further escalation" and inhibiting efforts to defuse dangerous tensions in the strait used to transit most of the Middle East's ...


Dangerous heat wave to grip Europe, from Spain to Germany to Italy next week - AccuWeather.com
Dangerous heat wave to grip Europe, from Spain to Germany to Italy next week  AccuWeather.com

Less than one month after a historic heat wave gripped more than half of Europe, another far reaching heat wave will affect parts of the continent next week.


Analysis | `Bodyguard' Can't Save European TV from Netflix - Washington Post
Analysis | `Bodyguard' Can't Save European TV from Netflix  Washington Post

In Europe, people are used to watching their TV for free. Or sort of. In much of the region – France, Germany, the U.K. – there's a license fee: anyone with a TV ...


Europe Car Sales Extend Downward Spiral With Worst Drop of 2019 - Bloomberg
Europe Car Sales Extend Downward Spiral With Worst Drop of 2019  Bloomberg

European car registrations fell sharply in June, resuming a downward spiral that adds to the industry's litany of woes.


South China Sea fury: Europe desperate for Chinese money says Philippines diplomat - Express.co.uk
South China Sea fury: Europe desperate for Chinese money says Philippines diplomat  Express.co.uk

PHILIPPINES' Foreign Secretary has taken aim at European countries and accused them of not forming a coalition because they are “desperate” for Chinese ...


UK will plunge into recession if it leaves Europe without a Brexit deal - CNN
UK will plunge into recession if it leaves Europe without a Brexit deal  CNN

Leaving the European Union later this year without a Brexit deal would plunge the United Kingdom into recession.


Five countries in the eastern Mediterranean are shaking up Europe's energy map - The Conversation UK
Five countries in the eastern Mediterranean are shaking up Europe's energy map  The Conversation UK

Discoveries of natural gas reserves in the Mediterranean Sea around Egypt, Cyprus, Israel and Greece are shaking up Europe's energy politics. Traditionally ...


Europe Dived Into Negative Rates and Now It Can't Find a Way Out - Bloomberg
Europe Dived Into Negative Rates and Now It Can't Find a Way Out  Bloomberg

Europe's unconventional experiment with negative interest rates to spur economic growth and inflation is looking like a trap.


Trump’s Immigration Approach Isn’t New: Europe and Australia Went First - The New York Times
Trump’s Immigration Approach Isn’t New: Europe and Australia Went First  The New York Times

Policies as hard-nosed as Mr. Trump's have curbed migrant arrivals in Europe and Australia, but research suggests they won't be effective in the long run.


New European Commission president gives up on her dream of United States of Europe - Telegraph.co.uk
New European Commission president gives up on her dream of United States of Europe  Telegraph.co.uk

Ursula von der Leyen, the next president of the European Commission, has claimed she no longer supports the creation of a United States of Europe.


Von der Leyen vote: Europe's media welcome EU Commission choice - BBC News
Von der Leyen vote: Europe's media welcome EU Commission choice  BBC News

Most European newspapers welcome Ursula von der Leyen's election as European Commission president while pointing out a slew of tough challenges she ...


What's Next for Europe's Capital Markets? | by Jonathan Faull & Simon Gleeson - Project Syndicate
What's Next for Europe's Capital Markets? | by Jonathan Faull & Simon Gleeson  Project Syndicate

Without the UK, even integrated EU capital markets would be too small to meet the funding needs of European businesses. That is why global engagement, ...


Von der Leyen elected EU Commission head after MEPs vote - BBC News
Von der Leyen elected EU Commission head after MEPs vote  BBC News

Germany's Ursula von der Leyen has been narrowly elected president of the EU Commission following a secret ballot among MEPs. The centre-right defence ...


Greens Are the New Hope for Europe’s Center. For the Far Right, They’re Enemy No. 1. - The New York Times
Greens Are the New Hope for Europe’s Center. For the Far Right, They’re Enemy No. 1.  The New York Times

As climate change emerges as the latest front in Europe's culture wars, can Green parties show that environmental policy is compatible with social justice?


'Yes to Europe, no to Europe': How a German satirical party ended up in the European Parliament - Haaretz
'Yes to Europe, no to Europe': How a German satirical party ended up in the European Parliament  Haaretz

The Party has called for war on Liechtenstein and the abduction of Erdogan. But this German 'joke party' has a serious agenda.


Kosta Koufos heading to Europe, agrees to terms with CSKA Moscow - Yahoo Sports
Kosta Koufos heading to Europe, agrees to terms with CSKA Moscow  Yahoo Sports

After spending 11 seasons in the NBA, the last four years in Sacramento, Kosta Koufos has found a new home for next season. In Moscow. With EuroLeague ...


Europe could experience another heatwave next week - Euronews
Europe could experience another heatwave next week  Euronews

After a brief spell of respite from a scorching heatwave that gripped Europe last month, projections show that temperatures are likely to soar once again next ...


Amazon is the latest target of Europe's crackdown on the power of big tech - CNN
Amazon is the latest target of Europe's crackdown on the power of big tech  CNN

London (CNN Business) The European Union will investigate how Amazon uses data from independent sellers, continuing an aggressive regulatory push that ...


E-Commerce Is About To Get More Complicated In Europe - Forbes
E-Commerce Is About To Get More Complicated In Europe  Forbes

As e-commerce rises globally, consumers are utilizing electronic payment methods more frequently to execute purchases. In 2019, global consumers will spend ...


Europe to bake in ANOTHER 40C heatwave next week after record-breaking June scorcher… just in time for UK s - The Sun
Europe to bake in ANOTHER 40C heatwave next week after record-breaking June scorcher… just in time for UK s  The Sun

EUROPE is set to bake in another extreme heatwave next week with forecasters warning temperatures could climb higher than 40C again. After a brief respite ...


Trump’s Immigration Measures, Far From New, Follow Europe’s Example - The New York Times
Trump’s Immigration Measures, Far From New, Follow Europe’s Example  The New York Times

President Trump's approach to migration, which has reshaped American border enforcement with its “zero tolerance” policy, follows a model pioneered by the ...


WHO/Europe studies find baby foods are high in sugar and inappropriately marketed for babies - World Health Organization
WHO/Europe studies find baby foods are high in sugar and inappropriately marketed for babies  World Health Organization

Two new studies from WHO/Europe show that a high proportion of baby foods are incorrectly marketed as suitable for infants under the age of 6 months, and that ...


As Trump closes US doors to migrants, Latin Americans look to Europe - The Guardian
As Trump closes US doors to migrants, Latin Americans look to Europe  The Guardian

Venezuelans are behind only Syrians in terms of asylum applications in Europe while those from Central Americans are up 4000% in a decade.


Europe’s GPS alternative has been offline since Friday - The Verge
Europe’s GPS alternative has been offline since Friday  The Verge

Galileo, the European satellite navigation system, has been suffering a major outage since Friday. In a statement the GSA said the system is being affected by a ...


Europe stocks close higher after China data meets expectations; Galapagos up 18% - CNBC
Europe stocks close higher after China data meets expectations; Galapagos up 18%  CNBC

European stocks returned to positive territory Monday afternoon, during a choppy session amid worries China's economy is slowing due to a trade war with the ...


Whoops! Canadian senator accidentally revealed European locations of US nuclear weapons - Military Times
Whoops! Canadian senator accidentally revealed European locations of US nuclear weapons  Military Times

Do we really want Donald Trump to use nuclear weapons from our territory at the push of a button?”


European stocks close lower as trade concerns weigh; Ericsson down 11% - CNBC
European stocks close lower as trade concerns weigh; Ericsson down 11%  CNBC

European stocks turned negative Wednesday afternoon as trade concerns continue to weigh on global markets while earnings season gathers pace.


As Europe’s Cannabis Industry Opens Up, Established Canadian Companies Are Pouncing - Fortune
As Europe’s Cannabis Industry Opens Up, Established Canadian Companies Are Pouncing  Fortune

Cash-rich Canadian firms such as Canopy and Tilray are making swift inroads into Europe's nascent cannabis industry.


Europe Joins U.S. Companies Moving Out Of China - Forbes
Europe Joins U.S. Companies Moving Out Of China  Forbes

A Marit Maersk cargo ship sets off from the Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal in China. European manufacturers are following in the footsteps of their ...


Tens of thousands of jihadists trying to get to Europe, Lebanese minister claims - The Independent
Tens of thousands of jihadists trying to get to Europe, Lebanese minister claims  The Independent

The defeat of Isis in the field has opened another chapter of Islamist insurgency with “tens of thousands” of fighters seeking to move to Europe and Africa to ...


An open letter to Europe's leaders - World Economic Forum
An open letter to Europe's leaders  World Economic Forum

This open letter was written by the Global Future Council on Europe's co-chairs, Miroslav Lajčák and Beatrice Weder di Mauro.


Europe's Ever Closer Confusion - Foreign Policy
Europe's Ever Closer Confusion  Foreign Policy

What exactly is the European Union? A post-national superstate or a mechanism to augment the power of nations? A neoliberal fantasia or a protectionist cartel?


Independence play: Europe's pursuit of strategic autonomy - European Council on Foreign Relations
Independence play: Europe's pursuit of strategic autonomy  European Council on Foreign Relations

To fulfil its true potential, the EU needs to end its strategic cacophony and focus on capability building.


France Maintains the Goal of Creating a ‘European Army’ - Bloomberg
France Maintains the Goal of Creating a ‘European Army’  Bloomberg

France's long term “ambition” is to work with several other states to create a European Army to share in procurement, command and operations, Defense ...


France Nudges Europe Into Space Race, Where It Lags Behind - The New York Times
France Nudges Europe Into Space Race, Where It Lags Behind  The New York Times

Fifty years after the Apollo 11 mission, a new French plan for a space command must overcome the reluctance of its European allies to weaponize space.


Analysis | How Europe's 'Digital Tax' Plans Will Hit U.S. Tech Companies - Washington Post
Analysis | How Europe's 'Digital Tax' Plans Will Hit U.S. Tech Companies  Washington Post

France and Britain are hatching plans to tax the revenue, rather than the profit, of companies such as Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.'s Google that make their ...


Bad Loans in Europe Tumble, but They Are Never Fully Gone - The Wall Street Journal
Bad Loans in Europe Tumble, but They Are Never Fully Gone  The Wall Street Journal

European banks have cleared nearly half of the toxic loans off their balance sheets since emerging from a debilitating debt crisis. The only trouble: A chunk of ...


Europe’s liberal elite left in a sorry statelessness - The Australian
Europe’s liberal elite left in a sorry statelessness  The Australian

Recently in London I had the pleasure of sharing a platform with Douglas Murray of The Spectator at a conference on the importance of the nation-state.


Hong Kong showed China is a threat to democracy. Now Europe must defend Taiwan - The Guardian
Hong Kong showed China is a threat to democracy. Now Europe must defend Taiwan  The Guardian

The EU must stop ignoring authoritarianism for the sake of stability and cash, says former Nato secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen.


Older Employees Breathe New Life Into Europe’s Labor Market - The Wall Street Journal
Older Employees Breathe New Life Into Europe’s Labor Market  The Wall Street Journal

Across a rapidly aging Europe, employers are finding ways to keep older staff on the job for longer, or adding new ones.


Record-breaking heatwave set to hit Europe as rain warning issued for Ireland - The Irish Times
Record-breaking heatwave set to hit Europe as rain warning issued for Ireland  The Irish Times

Ireland likely to miss out on temperature extremes but conditions should be warm.


Pro-Europe Tories must locate their rebel spirit – and make the case for remain - The Guardian
Pro-Europe Tories must locate their rebel spirit – and make the case for remain  The Guardian

As more leading Tories soften on no deal, principled moderates have only one option left, says Guardian columnist Rafael Behr.


Europe embraces rent controls, a policy that never works - The Economist
Europe embraces rent controls, a policy that never works  The Economist

IN 1953 WORKERS in what was then East Germany protested against their Soviet overlords on Karl-Marx-Allee, a monumental boulevard in Berlin lined with ...


Watch the incredible team goal that helped put Kilmarnock out of Europe - Football Scotland
Watch the incredible team goal that helped put Kilmarnock out of Europe  Football Scotland

Angelo Alessio's side were dumped out of the Europa League to Welsh side Connah's Quay.


EU adopts Hong Kong motion Beijing says is full of ‘ignorance and prejudice’ - South China Morning Post
EU adopts Hong Kong motion Beijing says is full of ‘ignorance and prejudice’  South China Morning Post

The European Parliament voted on Thursday to adopt a resolution calling for the Hong Kong government to formally withdraw its highly unpopular extradition bill ...


Protesters march against Johnson, Brexit, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
Protesters march against Johnson, Brexit, Europe News & Top Stories  The Straits Times

Anti-Brexit protesters on a “No to Boris, Yes to Europe” march in London yesterday. Some also marched to ask for a second Brexit referendum. Britain's next ...


Sisters planning Europe trip plot to leave husband behind - The Union Leader
Sisters planning Europe trip plot to leave husband behind  The Union Leader

DEAR ABBY: My son just got a job in Europe and has invited me to visit when he and his family are settled. I have never traveled out of the.


Mnuchin Warns Europe Not to Breach U.S. Sanctions on Iran - Bloomberg
Mnuchin Warns Europe Not to Breach U.S. Sanctions on Iran  Bloomberg

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made clear that participating in the U.S. financial system means abiding by its sanctions amid a European effort to sidestep ...


Europe doesn't invest enough in kids under three - Quartz
Europe doesn't invest enough in kids under three  Quartz

A new report shows that only 34% of European children under three have access to high-quality early childhood education and care.


Hill Air Force Base personnel conducting training in Europe - Miami Herald
Hill Air Force Base personnel conducting training in Europe  Miami Herald

Combat aircraft and support personnel from Hill Air Force Base in Utah are conducting training in several European countries.


Europe Set to Race Past US in Battery Manufacturing - Greentech Media News
Europe Set to Race Past US in Battery Manufacturing  Greentech Media News

Europe's battery manufacturing capacity is on the cusp of dramatic growth, though much of the investment and know-how are coming from Asian companies.


Israel's right wing is worse than Europe’s - Haaretz
Israel's right wing is worse than Europe’s  Haaretz

From the end of the 19th century, radical, anti-liberal nationalism – after serving as a basis for fascism throughout Europe and Nazism in Germany, and despite ...


From plaything to player: How Europe can stand up for itself in the next five years - European Council on Foreign Relations
From plaything to player: How Europe can stand up for itself in the next five years  European Council on Foreign Relations

The EU's foreign policy is inadequate to the task of keeping Europe safe in today's world of great power politics and uncertainty. Over the last five years, trust ...


Flights to Europe Are As Cheap As $243 Round-trip Right Now - Travel+Leisure
Flights to Europe Are As Cheap As $243 Round-trip Right Now  Travel+Leisure

Travelers looking for a European getaway are in luck, as a range of airlines are currently offering deals to several popular cities from as early as September ...


Christine Lagarde Faces a New Challenge in Europe - The New York Times
Christine Lagarde Faces a New Challenge in Europe  The New York Times

She's run the I.M.F. She's a lawyer. She's not an economist. Does that matter as she prepares to lead the European Central Bank?


VIDEO: Lava spews overnight from Europe's most active volcano - KCRA Sacramento
VIDEO: Lava spews overnight from Europe's most active volcano  KCRA Sacramento

Mount Etna erupted overnight, belching out lava. Eruptions from the volcano, Europe's most active, provide spectacular views at night, and Etna is a popular ...


Popping prosecco's bubble: Europe's push to change Australia's wine production - ABC News
Popping prosecco's bubble: Europe's push to change Australia's wine production  ABC News

Australian-produced prosecco and feta cheese are in a battle to retain their names as European farmers push for Champagne-style protections.


Europe’s precious truffles are struggling to survive climate change - National Geographic
Europe’s precious truffles are struggling to survive climate change  National Geographic

Summers in southern Europe are getting hotter and drier, and the truffles aren't happy.


The new rulers of Europe - Aljazeera.com
The new rulers of Europe  Aljazeera.com

London, United Kingdom - After a series of marathon negotiations in Brussels, Europe's national leaders finally came to the realisation late on Tuesday there is a ...


Netanyahu: 'Europe might ignore Iran threat until nuclear missiles hit' - BBC News
Netanyahu: 'Europe might ignore Iran threat until nuclear missiles hit'  BBC News

Israel's prime minister has said the European Union might not wake up to the threat of Iran "until Iranian nuclear missiles fall on European soil". Mr Netanyahu ...


Brexit effect? Europe's populists back away from calls to leave the union - NBC News
Brexit effect? Europe's populists back away from calls to leave the union  NBC News

Brexit was supposed to trigger a domino effect that could spell the beginning of the end of the European Union. Three years on, no such wave has happened.


Europe prepares for 2nd major heat wave as Canada, U.S. swelter under heat dome - Global News
Europe prepares for 2nd major heat wave as Canada, U.S. swelter under heat dome  Global News

A heat wave already roasting Canada, the United States and parts of Europe is expected to intensify this weekend, prompting weather-related health concerns ...


European sales fall 8% in June on fewer working days - Automotive News Europe
European sales fall 8% in June on fewer working days  Automotive News Europe

European new-car sales fell 8 percent in June, with big declines for Nissan, Volvo and Fiat Chrysler.


Brexit news: The REAL reason Britons are stay loyal to Europe holidays despite 'cash cut' - Express
Brexit news: The REAL reason Britons are stay loyal to Europe holidays despite 'cash cut'  Express

BREXIT is playing havoc with the pound to euro exchange rate, as sterling slumped to six month lows this week. Yet despite this, Britons are still staying loyal to ...


Europe has had five 500-year summers in 15 years—and now this - National Geographic
Europe has had five 500-year summers in 15 years—and now this  National Geographic

A continent without air conditioning struggles with 100-degree days in June—and wonders how it will cope with the hotter years ahead.


Europe heatwave: cities take steps to limit effects of record temperatures - The Guardian
Europe heatwave: cities take steps to limit effects of record temperatures  The Guardian

European cities are taking exceptional steps to limit the impact of a historic early summer heatwave as temperatures across the continent approached monthly ...


Heavy traffic congestion on Europe's roads - The Brussels Times
Heavy traffic congestion on Europe's roads  The Brussels Times

Traffic on roads around some major European cities, particularly Paris, Lyon and Munich, was already dense on Friday afternoon, and is expected to be heavy.


How Joseph Roth saw Europe's future - New Statesman
How Joseph Roth saw Europe's future  New Statesman

The Austrian novelist had a feel for the mood of the streets – and spotted the warning signs of the Second World War.


Many think the European Central Bank will cut rates soon - The Economist
Many think the European Central Bank will cut rates soon  The Economist

But for a significant stimulus, the bank will need to break self-imposed rules.


Europe holiday weather forecast: Scorching 40C heat to hit popular destinations - Mirror Online
Europe holiday weather forecast: Scorching 40C heat to hit popular destinations  Mirror Online

France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Greece and Italy are all set for a scorching week as another heatwave hits Europe.


Hungary: Europe's Bad Boy | Hungary - Aljazeera.com
Hungary: Europe's Bad Boy | Hungary  Aljazeera.com

We investigate why Hungary, under its authoritarian leader Viktor Orban, has repeatedly clashed with the European Union.


Sydney elite scattered across Europe - Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney elite scattered across Europe  Sydney Morning Herald

The streets of Double Bay are quiet as much of Sydney's social set has decamped to Europe for the northern summer where they are sunbaking on superyachts, ...


Europe's 5G difference: Unlimited data without a big surcharge - CNET
Europe's 5G difference: Unlimited data without a big surcharge  CNET

US carriers, take note. Here's one way to lure customers to 5G.


Ursula von der Leyen elected European Commission president - POLITICO.eu
Ursula von der Leyen elected European Commission president  POLITICO.eu

Center-right nominee becomes first woman to lead EU.


Council of Europe Restores Russia’s Voting Rights - The New York Times
Council of Europe Restores Russia’s Voting Rights  The New York Times

BRUSSELS — In a decision opposed by most former Soviet-bloc countries, the parliament of the Council of Europe voted on Tuesday to end Russia's ...


Quiz: Kilmarnock in European competition - test your knowledge - BBC Sport
Quiz: Kilmarnock in European competition - test your knowledge  BBC Sport

Kilmarnock host Connah's Quay Nomads in the second leg of their Europa League first qualifying round tie on Thursday, but how is your knowledge of the ...


Riskier male sex pushes Europe's syphilis rates up 70% since 2010 - Reuters
Riskier male sex pushes Europe's syphilis rates up 70% since 2010  Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Syphilis cases have soared in Europe over the last decade and become, for the first time since the early 2000s, more common in some ...


Europe’s beach elite eyeing World Cup places - FIFA.com
Europe’s beach elite eyeing World Cup places  FIFA.com

20 teams vying for five Beach Soccer World Cup places; Moscow hosting the European qualifiers for the second time; The final qualifying competition for ...


Damaging winds, flooding target Central Europe this weekend - AccuWeather.com
Damaging winds, flooding target Central Europe this weekend  AccuWeather.com

Severe thunderstorms are expected to sweep across parts of Europe for the start of the weekend.


Europe's heatwave in pictures - Aljazeera.com
Europe's heatwave in pictures  Aljazeera.com

All-time records begin to fall as temperatures continue to soar across much of Europe.


FEATURE | Flavien Tait to quietly shine for Rennes, as Europe miss out on a unique breed of winger - Get French Football News
FEATURE | Flavien Tait to quietly shine for Rennes, as Europe miss out on a unique breed of winger  Get French Football News

Recently signed by Stade Rennais, 26-year-old Flavien Tait will be keen to make an impact in the upcoming campaign and upon reflecting on his last 18 months ...


More than half of Huawei's 5G contracts are from Europe - Tech News - The Star Online
More than half of Huawei's 5G contracts are from Europe - Tech News  The Star Online

Huawei, the world's largest telecommunications equipment vendor, said more than half of the contracts it has signed so far to supply next-generation 5G gear ...


Europe's Heat Wave Fried The Global Temperature Record - BuzzFeed News
Europe's Heat Wave Fried The Global Temperature Record  BuzzFeed News

Sahara Desert winds that blasted Europe last month, concentrated in a five-day heat wave that left people sweltering, made it the hottest-ever June for the ...


It can’t be left to Europe’s cities to clean up noxious air - The Guardian
It can’t be left to Europe’s cities to clean up noxious air  The Guardian

Only national governments can enforce radical change, says environment writer Beth Gardiner.