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The European Times Solidifies Its Position as a Leading Online Media

The European Times, with over 1 million readers and circa 14,000 articles, delivers high-quality news on various topics. It has gained recognition from mainstream media and academic circles, and aims to expand its reach while upholding journalistic integrity. #OnlineMedia

New York is sinking – and the skyscrapers are to blame

New York is sinking, or rather, the city is being drowned by its skyscrapers. That’s the conclusion of a new study that modeled...

Josip Broz Tito’s Blue Train – nostalgia and oblivion

The legendary train was designed in 1959 by order not for anyone, but for Josip Broz Tito. Portraits of the marshal in his no less...

Invasion of Ukraine – civilians in an ‘unbearable routine’ of Russian attack

Nearly 15 months after Russia began its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, civilians are forced to live through an “unbearable routine”, amidst alarming levels of destruction

UNICEF alert over ‘sickening’ levels of sexual violence in eastern DR Congo

Reports of gender-based violence (GBV) against girls and women there have increased by 37 per cent during the first three months of the year,...

Children bearing the brunt of Afghanistan crisis: UNICEF

“Because, in what is a deeply troubled country - grappling with humanitarian catastrophe, climate related disasters, and egregious human rights abuses - too many...

A second brain? The human body can amaze us

Every birth brings new amazing life into the world and as we age our body grows and develops. There are many unusual facts about...

Urgent collective response needed to safeguard media freedom and protect democracy

The ninth South East Europe Media Conference, "At a Crossroads: Safeguarding Media Freedom to Protect Democracy,"

UN rights expert exposes $1 billion ‘death trade’ in arms for Myanmar military

The report states that some “UN Member States are enabling this trade” through a combination of outright complicity, lax enforcement of existing bans, and...

Millions of children still facing dire conditions 100 days after Türkiye-Syria quakes: UNICEF

In total, 2.5 million children in Türkiye, and another 3.7 million in neighbouring Syria, need continued humanitarian assistance, the UN agency said, appealing for...
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