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01:09, 21 July 2018 Saturday
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16:56, 20 July 2018 Friday

European heatwave brings drought wildfires

Farmers across the region have warned that crop yields will be down while poor grass quality is affecting the quality of milk and the availability of animal fodder.

17:42, 11 June 2018 Monday

Air passenger traffic up in Europe in April

Turkish airports significantly contribute to 5 pct rise in Europe's passenger traffic, says international airports council

12:23, 13 May 2018 Sunday

Europe's Muslim population to hit 8 pct by 2030

Muslims will also account for 2.1 pct of US population by 2030, says new report on global Muslim diaspora

13:29, 13 April 2018 Friday

Xenophobia in Europe changed into Islamophobia

Head of Turkish parliament's Human Rights Committee also called Islamophobia a ‘threat to world peace’

09:11, 09 April 2018 Monday

Right wing uses Islamophobia for election gains'

Islamophobia in Europe and the U.S. is being used as a political project by right-wing politicians, says leading scholar

12:20, 04 January 2018 Thursday

Storm Eleanor brings chaos to Europe

Two people died on Spain's northern Basque coast, the couple swept away by a huge wave, officials said, and another person had to be rescued after attempting to save them.

10:53, 06 December 2017 Wednesday

Europe fears attacks by returning ISIL fighters

Hundreds of fighters took advantage of deal between PKK/PYD and ISIL to leave Raqqa, Times newspaper reports

11:35, 15 November 2017 Wednesday

European stock markets drop at open

London's benchmark FTSE 100 index lost 0.4 percent to 7,387.74 points, dragged down by falls in heavyweight oil and mining share prices.

01:03, 11 November 2017 Saturday

Europe turning into open-air prison Turkish president

Headscarf bans are growing increasingly widespread in Europe, says Recep Tayyip Erdogan  

13:54, 06 November 2017 Monday

European equities stable at open

London's benchmark FTSE 100 index of major blue-chip companies dropped almost 0.1 percent to 7,555.11 points and the Paris CAC 40 shed 0.2 percent to 5,507.07.

14:37, 28 October 2017 Saturday

Europe rejects Catalonia's independence

EU's heavyweight Germany says sovereignty and territorial integrity of Spain remain inviolable

15:24, 21 October 2017 Saturday

Switzerland Europe's biggest freshwater aquarium opens

AQUATIS houses 10,000 fish from 5 continents

14:07, 20 September 2017 Wednesday

European equities waver before Fed decision

Frankfurt equities sagged despite a rally for shares in German heavy industry giant ThyssenKrupp, which announced a deal with Indian group Tata to merge their steel operations in Europe.

10:29, 21 August 2017 Monday

Major terror attacks in Europe

Hundreds of people have died in Europe in terror attacks since 2004

17:13, 25 August 2017 Friday

Muslims in Europe well-integrated new study claims

New generations better educated, more connected but still face discrimination, says Bertelsmann Foundation survey

02:02, 18 August 2017 Friday

Deadly attacks in Europe since 2015

The van attack that mowed down pedestrians on Barcelona's most famous street on Thursday killing at least 13 people was the latest fatal assault on a European city.

15:08, 05 August 2017 Saturday

Eggs removed from European shelves over toxicity fears

Recalls in Germany, Netherlands and Belgium and criminal inquiry launched as tests show high levels of insecticide profile

14:53, 27 July 2017 Thursday

France announces plan to vet asylum-seekers in Libya

Officials in the French presidency cast doubt on whether the centres could be established that quickly, saying the security conditions were "not yet in place".

14:38, 18 July 2017 Tuesday

Wildfires rage in Europe from Croatia to Portugal

About a dozen wildfires had broken out late Sunday in the villages surrounding Split, a popular tourist destination, but firefighters managed to control the blaze on the outskirts of Croatia's second largest city. 

03:17, 12 July 2017 Wednesday

Major NATO drill begins in eastern Europe

25,000 military personnel from 22 countries take part in Saber Guardian 17 exercise

13:58, 06 July 2017 Thursday

Spacecraft unveiled for Europe's first mission to Mercury

Due to be launched in 2018, BepiColombo will be the European Space Agency's first mission to the closest rock to the Sun.



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