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UK mass spying regime violated human rights: European Court of Human Rights
The UK government’s mass surveillance program known as “Big Brother” violated human rights and had “no real safeguards,” the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has said in a landmark ruling.
Ryanair row deepens as European pilots strike
Tens of thousands of passengers were hit by transport chaos on Friday as Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline, pilots across Europe went on a coordinated 24-hour strike to push their demands for better pay and conditions at the peak of the busy summer season.
European heat wave kills ton of Swiss fish
Roughly a ton of fish have been killed in recent days by high temperatures in Swiss waters caused by the European heatwave, public broadcaster RTS reported Tuesday.
European heatwave brings drought, wildfires
Wildfires in the Arctic Circle, drought-stricken farmers and a spike in hospital treatment for sunburn: an unusually long heatwave this summer has northern Europe in its grip.
European Commission analyzing German deal on refugee row
The European Commission is analyzing a German deal on migration after Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel and her rebellious interior minister reached a compromise on a refugee dispute that threatened to disintegrate her coalition government.
Asylum seekers are not a burden on European countries
US President Donald Trump has taken a hard line on immigration, recently telling reporters that Democrats want immigrants to ‘infest’ the country and asserting that migrants in Germany lead to an increase in crime.
European Parliament calls on Bahrain to end human rights violations
The European Parliament has called on Bahrain to immediately put an end to persecution of human rights activists in the country.
Earliest European evidence of lead pollution uncovered in the Balkans
New research from Northumbria University has revealed that metal-related pollution began in the Balkans more than 500 years before it appeared in Western Europe, and persisted throughout the Dark Ages and Medieval Period, meaning the region played a far bigger role in mineral exploitation than previously believed.
Iran willing to help end Yemen crisis in talks with European powers
Iran and European powers have made good progress in talks launched in February to help put an end to the conflict in Yemen, according to officials on both sides.
European firms to boost investments in Iran: Minister
Energy Minister Reza Ardekanian said here Saturday night that a conference on investments by European small and medium-sized firms in Iran would be held in autumn this year as the first step towards developing Iran-Europe trade ties.
European firms jump the gun on Iran sanctions
Global companies have begun to take stock of how President Donald Trump's decision to exit the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran is going to affect overall business with Iran.
European businesses most affected by US sanctions on Iran
Trump’s withdrawal from JCPOA deepens US isolation
A third of European cities still don’t care about climate change
Nearly 75 percent of Europeans live in cities, and they emit about the same proportion of the continent’s greenhouse gases. And, yet, more than a third of the cities don’t have a plan to cut emissions and mitigate climate change, according to a new study.
European, Iranian diplomats to meet in Rome on Thursday
Representatives of four European countries will hold talks with Iran's representatives in Italy on Thursday.
European nations responsible for aiding US drone strikes: Amnesty
Amnesty International has warned that the European countries assisting the United States with its lethal drone program could be held accountable for the unlawful and indiscriminate massacre it perpetrated.

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