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Grandeur Unveiled, 10 facts to know about Brussels’ Grand Place

The Grand Place in Brussels is an awe-inspiring collection of buildings both private, that primarily date back to the late 17th century. It forms a marketplace with charming cobblestone streets and its origins can...

Green transition of tourism in Europe?

In a world facing challenges climate change has become the most pressing global concern affecting every aspect of our lives from economies to ecosystems. Its impact knows no boundaries. Affects cities, regions and nations...

Slovenia’s Recovery, Strengthening EU Partnership through Prompt Assistance

In an impactful speech Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission emphasized the steps to help Slovenia recover and rebuild. She stressed the need, for action in navigating the administrative procedures...

MEPs call on EU and Türkiye to look for alternative ways to cooperate

The Foreign Affairs Committee is urging the European Union and Turkey to find a solution, to the deadlock and establish a framework for their relationship. Members of the Foreign Affairs Committee believe that unless...

Bridging Time and Justice: The Remarkable Palace of Justice in Brussels

Behold the Palace of Justice in Brussels - a commanding architectural marvel that stands as a testament to authority, a striking symbol of legal power that has captivated both locals and visitors for over...

Scientologists Spearhead Environmental Transformation in Rome

ROME, ITALY, August 9, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- In a display of their dedication, to an environmentally friendly future, the Church of Scientology is making waves in Rome with its impressive efforts in environmental stewardship. Going beyond just making things...

French MEP Véronique Trillet-Lenoir Passes Away at 66

French MEP Véronique Trillet-Lenoir, a regarded figure, in healthcare and politics, sadly passed away at the age of 66. The announcement of her passing was made today on August 9 by Stéphane Séjourné, the...

Russia, Cassation confirms a two years and six months sentence of a Jehovah’s Witness

On 27 July 2023, Aleksandr Nikolaev's prison sentence for participating in extremist activities was upheld in Russia. Learn more about his case here.

Hoop Dreams, The Meteoric Rise of Basketball Across Europe

Tracing basketball's journey from an American import to a cherished European pastime, this article chronicles how the sport rapidly took the continent by storm. From improbable origins in a Springfield YMCA to rabid fandom...

Italy secures €247 million for modernization and safety on A32 motorway

Italy has secured €247 million from the European Investment Bank (EIB), Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP), UniCredit, SACE, and Società Italiana per il Traforo Autostradale del Frejus S.p.A (SITAF) for modernization and safety on...

Renewed Efforts Underway for EU-Philippines Free Trade Deal to Boost Strategic Ties

The EU and Philippines plan to restart negotiations for a free trade agreement, aiming to strengthen ties and deepen trade relations in Southeast Asia.

Parliament to evaluate new Bulgarian commissioner candidate Iliana Ivanova

The European Parliament's industry and culture committees will evaluate Iliana Ivanova as the Bulgarian commissioner-designate. Find out more here.

Europe’s Rich Tapestry: Unraveling the Continent’s Fascinating History

Europe's Rich Tapestry: Unraveling the Continent's Fascinating History

Europe’s Dilemma: Confronting Sudan’s Kizan Islamists

Sudan is an opportunity for the Brotherhood to expand its influence. The sanctions imposed on Sudan do not provide solutions to rein in the Brotherhood (Al-Kizan), whose movements took military dimensions by recruiting its members...

Understanding the Risks of Cannabis: Empowering Youth through Drug Prevention

In today's fast-paced world, where the allure of quick fixes and instant gratification is ever-present, drug prevention becomes essential BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, July 26, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ -- In today's fast-paced world, where the allure of quick fixes...

Defence, is the EU creating a European army?

While there is no European army and defence remains exclusively a matter for member states, the EU has taken big steps to boost defence cooperation.

EU’s Bold Step: Phasing Out Animal Testing, But Cosmetics Still a Concern

The European Commission's move to phase out chemical animal testing is praised, but concerns remain over the lack of action on cosmetic animal testing. This article explores the initiatives and citizens' demands for cruelty-free cosmetics and comprehensive animal welfare reform.

US concerned about Religious Freedom in 2023’s European Union

Religious freedom is a fundamental human right, and while the European Union (EU) is known for its efforts to promote this liberty internationally, some of its member states still grapple with discriminatory policies impacting...

Nature restoration law: MEPs adopt position for negotiations with Council

The EU must have nature restoration measures in place by 2030 covering at least 20% of its land and sea areas, say MEPs.

Reducing car emissions: new CO2 targets for cars and vans explained

To reduce car emissions, the EU is banning the sale of new combustion-engined cars and vans from 2035 in order to make the road transport sector climate neutral.

The future of North Macedonia is in the EU, say the European Socialists

Executive Secretary General of the Party of European Socialists (PES), Giacomo Filibeck, met yesterday with the Prime Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia, Dimitar Kovacevski. Meeting in Skopje, Executive Secretary General Filibeck and the Prime Minister of North Macedonia...

Cyber Resilience Act: MEPs back plan to boost digital products security

New cyber resilience rules adopted will establish a uniform set of cybersecurity requirements for all digital products in the European Union.

MEPs back plans for a more affordable and consumer-friendly electricity market

The reform of the electricity market, to make it more stable, affordable and sustainable, received the support of the Energy Committee on Wednesday.

3 Delicious Ways Europeans Cook Beef Steak

Discover the diverse techniques Europeans use to cook delicious beef steak. From grilled steak with herb butter to Beef Wellington to slow-cooked beef stew, these methods showcase the traditional and modern flavors that make steak a classic across Europe.

Lettori, College of Commissioners duly refers discrimination case to the Court of Justice

Lettori case // Longest-running breach of the parity of treatment provision of the Treaty in the history of the EU nears an end. The College of Commissioners at its meeting on Friday last unanimously endorsed the...
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