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Sebastian Kurz departure is further blow to Europe’s centre-right

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Europe’s ailing centre-right is mourning the departure of a second high-profile conservative leader in the space of a month, as Austria’s chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, on Saturday evening announced he would resign over ...

Europe’s soaring gas prices: does Russia hold solution to crisis?

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The natural gas market has entered uncharted territory. The movements in the price of gas on Wednesday had been, in the words of one analyst, “unprecedented since the year dot of gas liberalisation in Europe”. In reco...

Germany’s election result could soon be inspiring Europe’s centre left

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Germany’s general election signals far more than just the end of the Angela Merkel era. Although it will eventually produce yet another centrist coalition government, this should not be dismissed as simply the same ol...

La visión de The Guardian sobre el centro-izquierda de Europa: nuevos motivos para el optimismo

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A raíz de la crisis financiera en 2008, Había grandes esperanzas en la izquierda de que una auténtica crisis del capitalismo cambiaría significativamente el dial político a su favor.. Dejando a un lado las victorias aisladas y los movimientos, no lo hizo ...

Europe’s players will wear Ryder Cup roll numbers on kit for first time

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Europe’s Ryder Cup players have expressed gratitude towards Pádraig Harrington after the captain made a point of emphasising their place in history. Having gathered in Wisconsin on Monday evening, the European team we...

Europe’s reputation as a cosmopolitan haven has been exposed as a mirage

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When Kabul fell in mid-August, almost the first reaction of European leaders was fear of another wave of refugees arriving on the continent. “We must anticipate and protect ourselves against major irregular migratory ...

Norway votes – but is Europe’s biggest oil giant ready to go green?

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Norway goes to the polls on Monday in parliamentary elections that are forcing western Europe’s largest oil and gas producer to confront its environmental contradictions. Climate issues have dominated the campaigning ...

Europe’s distrust of the traffic light system threatens UK holidays

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Uncertainty surrounding outbound travel from the UK is causing an atmosphere of distrust among hoteliers and travel suppliers in Europe, according to tour operators and industry bodies. Prior to the government announc...

Europe’s unluckiest train station gets new lease of life as hotel

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It earned the nickname “Titanic of the mountains”, but now the monumental and ill-fated train station at Canfranc is to get a new life as a five-star hotel, 51 years after the international rail link across the Pyrene...

‘No fair play, we’re English’: Europe’s press reacts to Euro 2020 chaos

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The booing of visiting teams’ national anthems, footage of fans without tickets breaking through barriers to get into Wembley and the online racist abuse of England’s unlucky penalty-takers has made many commentators ...

Europe’s rights tsar urges MPs and peers to oppose protest curbs

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A proposed new law that could impose time and noise limits on protests in England and Wales would seriously harm freedom of expression and should be rejected by parliamentarians, Europe’s human rights commissioner has...

Europe’s first kosher ecohotel opens in Kent

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It seems an unlikely place to find in Kent’s greenbelt, but Europe’s first kosher ecohotel is putting itself on the map with a mix of kibbutz-like vibe, Jewish values and environmental evangelism. Sadeh Farmhouse (sad...

More than half of Europe’s cities still plagued by dirty air, reportar hallazgos

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More than half of European cities are still plagued by dirty air, nuevos datos muestran, despite a reduction in traffic emissions and other pollutants during last year’s lockdowns. Cities in eastern Europe, where coal is sti...

Europe’s largest and oldest casino to reopen in Campione d’Italia

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The main motive for opening a casino in Campione, a tiny Italian enclave surrounded by Switzerland, en 1917 was for the premises to be used as a base for spying on foreign diplomats during the first world war. It clos...

Climate crisis to hit Europe’s coffee and chocolate supplies

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Coffee and chocolate supplies in Europe soon could be disrupted by the climate crisis as droughts hit producer countries, según un estudio. The research also found a high vulnerability for palm oil imports, used i...

Managerial carousel mirrors the desperate crisis enveloping Europe’s elite clubs

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A primera vista, Antonio Conte leaving a club in dispute with the owners soon after leading them to a league title may not seem particularly significant. This is what he does. His departure from Internazionale follows...

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