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Europeans Love Chocolate

Europeans are also some of the best chocolate producers

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The Greater Europe Peace Orchestra

The Greater Europe Peace Orchestra – gathering people for real

This year Benoît Odille and Chloé Renouf initiated the project The Greater Europe Peace Orchestra, which also come into view during the 2014 meetings in Paris. The idea of the project is to create an orchestra inviting high-level musician from EU, the Balkans and the Community of Independent States (CIS), who are motivated to promote peace and cultural cooperation through music.

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Children performing at Rozhen Festival

Rozhen Folklore Festival: Keeping BulgarianTraditions Alive

Created from division and continued under unification, Rozhen showcases the beauty and diversity of Bulgarian Folklore

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Two voices of the people

Two voices of the people

European Parliament vs. US Congress

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Professor Giancarlo Elia Valori

Europe’s geopolitical suffering

Professor Giancarlo Elia Valori, a leading expert on international politics, disscuses geopolitical issues in Europe relying on history and philosophical thoughts

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The most popular fast food chains in Europe

The Most Popular Fast Food Restaurants in Europe

Europeans prefer McDonald's

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EU

How can the eurozone evolve into a federal body, and should it?

French President Hollande has called for the eurozone to federate. The questions that need to be asked are - can the eurozone federate and still be part of the EU, and should it even go down that path. Today, the eurozone has a population of 338,335,000 out of an EU population of 508,200,000 or 66.57% of the total EU population.

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Experience the EU at First Hand

Experience the EU at First Hand

EU Traineeships

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Online Shopping or High Street?

Online Shopping or High Street?

How Much Do You Know about Your Customer Rights?

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DGB Youth's rally for solidarity with Greece

European Young Trade Unionists: "We are not a Lost Generation”

During the recent EU Youth 2020 Strategy Conference in Berlin young Europeans showed solidarity with Greece and discussed alternatives to austerity.

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Top 10 countries by infrastructure

Top ten countries with the best infrastructure in the world

Six out of the top ten countries are European!

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The Countries With The Most Students Studying Abroad

The Countries With The Most Students Studying Abroad

According to UNESCO students from Germany and France are among the most active students in the world who receive education abroad

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Commerce and Creativity: New Horizons

Commerce and Creativity: New Horizons

Drones

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Heavy water plant in Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Romania

The Untold Story of Europe’s Last Heavy Water Facility

OneEurope contributor Costi Ghitulica discusses the issues around the production of heavy water in Romania and its wider implications for Europe.

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Old Orhei (Orheiul Vechi), Moldova

Moldova – Unlocking the Mystery

OneEurope contributor Gosia Juchniewicz reveals the secrets of Moldova, a small Eastern European country of great natural beauty and with a very complex history.

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Youth Unemployment in Europe

Spain is the European country with the worst youth unemployment rate

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The new Greek debt deal

Infographic: The Greek Bailout Explained

Will the new arrangement get Greece out of the crisis?

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Team Global

TEAM Global

OneEurope journalist Robert Heslop reports on the recent members' event held by TEAM Global at Westminster Cathedral Hall.

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Amália Rodrigues

Amália Rodrigues - The Queen of Fado

In Portuguese "Fado" has two different meanings. The less common meaning is "destino" (fate) - from the latin word "fatum". But the most widely recognised meaning refers to the traditional Portuguese song.

by Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Immigration in Europe

Immigration in Europe: Map of the percentage and country of origin of immigrants

Number of immigrants in European countries

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Doing Business in Europe

Infographic: Economic Growth in Europe and Central Asia

How Easy is it to Start a New Business?

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Europe's Anti-Fraud Investigator

Europe's Anti-Fraud Investigator

European Anti-Fraud Office

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Youth Time Summer School 2015: Brilliant and Engaged People Everywhere

Youth Time Summer School 2015: Brilliant and Engaged People Everywhere

Youth Time had its first official Summer School in 2011 and this June it celebrated five years of engagement with young people from across the world.

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Size of Political Groups in EP

European Parliament Groups

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The Hacking Team

The Hacking Team: Good Guys or a Threat to European Security?

A recent attack on a major spyware software company raises serious questions about cybersecurity in Europe and worldwide.

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Europeans' least favourite countries

The least favorite countries in Europe

We all have our preferences, based on our personal and collective experiences and memories

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W.E. Art Project

Inspiration of W.E. ART - Women Empowerment Through Art

Lidiia Kozhevnikova writes about her art initiative whose mission is to raise awareness of the importance of women in today’s society and to empower women through the art of photography.

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A Question for the Digital Age

A Question for the Digital Age

Copyright

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Brexit

Brexit: Debunking the Myths

In response to a recent article published on OneEurope about the reasons behind the calls for Brexit, Rob Heslop addresses some of the most common myths and misconceptions about the EU and its relationship with Britain.

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The European Union invests a lot in research

Infographic: EU Support for International Cooperation in Research

Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding

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