Tag: Europe

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Will Europe win the race to secure a COVID-19 vaccine?

A total of 31 vaccines are now undergoing human trials, including eight which have moved to phase three, with large-scale efficacy tests. The international, high-stakes…

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Europe swelters under a heatwave complicated by Covid-19 restrictions

Sun-seekers flocked to beaches over the weekend as parts of Western Europe sweltered in a heatwave, but authorities urged people to avoid crowded areas and…

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Female politicians in the United States, Europe urge Facebook to protect women in politics

Facebook Inc must step up and protect women in politics from threats of violence and sexism and hate on its platform, said a letter to…

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5 of Europe’s most promising sustainable food startups

Whatever the future looks like, we are going to need to eat. Food security could prove to be a big problem as changing climates make…

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Extreme droughts in central Europe likely to increase sevenfold

Extreme droughts are likely to become much more frequent across central Europe, and if global greenhouse gas emissions rise strongly they could happen seven times…

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Relief in sight as Western Europe swelters under heatwave

After parts of Spain set record temperatures during a heatwave and people in Britain sweltered and flocked to beaches Friday on the country’s hottest day…

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EU recovery plan deals a blow to popular Erasmus exchange programme

Europe’s popular exchange programme Erasmus, deprived of part of its anticipated funding in the upcoming EU budget, will not be able to send as many…

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Climate change made Siberian heatwave 600 times more likely – study

The record-breaking heatwave in the Siberian Arctic was made at least 600 times more likely by human-caused climate change, according to a study. Between January…

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Germany home to 19% of Europe’s fastest-growing companies: study

Germany has the most fast-growing companies in Europe, with a total of 191 companies, followed by Italy (190) and the UK (173), a study of…

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Europe’s recession may be milder than feared, ECB’s Schnabel says

Some economic indicators suggest that Europe’s pandemic-induced recession may be milder than earlier feared, European Central Bank board member Isabel Schnabel told Dutch newspaper NRC…

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