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With one year remaining until the Olympics, Paris is on the verge of completing a historic cleanup that will reintroduce swimmers and divers to the River Seine. After a century-long ban due to

 

GNR, PSP, and SEF have commenced enhanced border controls in Portugal as part of their preparations for World Youth Day. The authorities reported that during the first day of reinstating

 

House prices in the Netherlands experienced a slight increase of 0.2% in June compared to May, according to data from the national statistics agency CBS. However, when compared to the

A recent report by Greenpeace has revealed that travelling to and from the Netherlands by train is 1.5 times more expensive than flying, despite the latter being more polluting. The study

 

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen praised the recent pact between the European Union and Tunisia as a potential blueprint for other countries seeking to address

 

Authorities in Berlin are conducting a search for a wild animal believed to be a lioness, spotted in the south-western outskirts of the city.

 

 

Brussels and Paris are set to be connected by a new railway link, as Belgium's SNCB and French railway company SNCF Voyageurs announced their plans on Tuesday. The operators have

The Swedish government has announced plans to tighten the immigration requirements for family members of foreign residents in the country. The decision comes in response to the

 

Starting in 2024, large supermarkets in Brussels will be required to donate unsold food that is still suitable for consumption to organizations that provide food aid to those in need. The new

 

Europe experienced scorching temperatures on Monday, with some areas reaching nearly 45 degrees Celsius. The highest temperature recorded was in Andujar, southern Spain, where the