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Pope Francis's Visit to Bosnia Herzegovina

Pope Francis's visit to Bosnia Herzegovina had a great impact on the region. More than 70,000 worshipers from all around the world came to Sarajevo to watch the religious leader share his message of peace and tolerance.

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A view of The Castle hill and Old Town in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.

Immigration in Slovakia: How English Lessons can improve Social Justice

In many European countries some people still tend to look down on others who are in some way different: be it nationality, skin colour, religion or culture. One way to understand the reasons behind the Slovaks' prejudices concerning other nations is to remember the lasting impact of the Soviet era set-up.

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Global Peace Index 2015 - Europe

Infographic: Global Peace Index 2015

The majority of countries in Europe are defined as peaceful

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Facts behind food prices

Infographic: Facts Behind Food Prices

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EU Data Protection Rules

EU Data Protection Rules

The Right Mix

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Picture of a reenactment of the Waterloo battle

Marking the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo

Europe marks this year the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo and the defeat of Napoleon on June 18, 1815. Many Europeans consider it a special day that decided Europe’s fate and put an end to the bloody conflicts across the continent.

by Natalia Ghincul on

High-Speed Trains in Europe

Europe's Growing High-Speed Rail Network

The High-Speed Rail Network is growing in Europe

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Manuela Carmena

Manuela Carmena, the New Head of Madrid

How a non-traditional candidate has won over the Spanish capital.

by Robin Alves on

Would you eat them?

Would you eat them?

Cloned Animals

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This is why we need the EU

This is why we need the EU

In the next few decades most European countries will be overtaken by the emerging economies

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The Alhambra palace - the singular most popular tourist destination in Andalusia

Bad News for Iconic Culture Sites

Cultural heritage sites and the impact of diminished funding

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Infographic about the European Union Debt Crisis

The EU Debt Crisis in Charts

The European Union Debt Crisis

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An Ambitious Target

An Ambitious Target

Powering Europe into the Future

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This infographic about the most dangerous jobs in Europe has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

The most dangerous jobs in Europe

Construction is at the top of this list

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Switzerland was found to be the happiest country in the world in 2015

The Happiest Countries in Europe

7 European countries are among the top 10 happiest countries in the world according to this year's UN's World Happiness Report.

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Infographic: How much do Europeans drink?

Infographic: How much do Europeans drink?

A small guide into drinking with different European nations

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Ursula von der Leyen, Germany's Minister of Defence

Why Germany needs to wake up if it wants to play a global role

German military needs serious reforms if it wants to play a global security role

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Europe: A New Version Is Available

Europe: A New Version Is Available

Five European activists are calling for a courageous and bold step towards a European Republic with an elected government and common welfare standards.

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Circular European Economy

Climate Change and Circular Economy in Europe

The importance of recycling natural resources to the economy.

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The First European Olympic Games in Baku

The First European Olympics

The European Games will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan

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The Turkish Election

Is this the end of the New Turkey?

Turkey held its 24th general election in its history last 7th of June. The new 550 MPs are now part of the 25th Grand National Assembly of Turkey. As expected, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) won the election but for the first time in power they did not achieved majority. A coalition government will now govern Turkey during next years if the parties agree of one. They have 45 days to achieve a consensus before a new elections can be marked.


by Fábio Lopes Paulos on

A boost to gender equality

A boost to gender equality

In the EU and Beyond

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 Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and leader of the Spanish Podemos party Pablo Iglesias Turrión

The Rise of the Southern European Left

The Podemos Phenomenon- Crisis, Corruption and Austerity and its Political Fallout

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Map of the Turkish elections

Infographic: Turkish Parliamentary Elections 2015

The success of pro-Kurdish party HDP has been a big surprise.

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Minorities, native peoples and ethnic groups

The Nation State

An overview of the concepts of state, nation, federalism and the nation-state in the European Union

by Robin Alves on

Victor Ponta

Romanian PM faces protests to resign over corruption allegations

Romanian PM, Victor Ponta, is charged with forgery, money-laundering, conflict of interest and tax evasion.

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The fight to free people from hunger

The fight to free people from hunger

Undernourished people

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law of humanity

Law of Humanity

If Sweden and the EU establish a law of humanity it would give them a more credible and a much stronger voice internationally, and with that voice the ability to put more pressure on the international community to protect individual rights all over the world.

by Mathias Darmell on

Infographic - Entrepreneurship

Infographic: Successful European Ventures backed Companies

European entrepreneurship on the rise

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