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EU spokeswoman says Europe's trade mechanism with Iran going on
The European Union (EU) said there is "an advancement" in a long-anticipated trade mechanism, called the INSTEX, with Iran, after Tehran's announcement of further cuts in its commitments under a 2015 nuclear accord it signed with major world powers.
Three of Europe's biggest economies are probably in recession — ECB is out of bullets
Europe could be about to hit a crisis, as three of its largest economies are tanking at the same time.
New gangs 'Uberize' Europe's cocaine supply, bring more violence
A surge in the supply of pure cocaine to Europe has led to a rise in drug-related murders as new criminal gangs muscle into a market previously dominated by the mafia, the EU drugs agency European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction said.
Europe's Mars rover takes shape
So, here it is. Europe's Mars rover. Or rather, a copy of it.
Europe's rarest seabird faces extinction
Europe's rarest seabird will be extinct within 60 years, according to a new analysis.
Europe's energy future to rely on natural gas
The future of Europe’s energy supply is to rely heavily on natural gas for the coming two decades and beyond, according to a new strategy set out by the European Commission.
Europe's climate goals need lifestyle changes
European countries should prepare for a far-reaching debate on the profound lifestyle changes required to limit climate change, according to a leaked European commission document.
Europe's greenhouse gas emissions fall to record low
Greenhouse gas emissions in Europe have plunged to the lowest level ever recorded after the EU member states reported an estimated 23-percent drop in emissions between 1990 and 2014.

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