Saturday, 10 April 2021
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London News

Captain Tom Moore hospitalized due to a covid-19 infection

Captain Moore a British Army veteran, had celebrated his 100th birthday on 20 April 2020 with a 'walk in his garden”, 100 laps of 25 meters around his house, hoping to raise £1,000 for the NHS. In...
Paris News

French Senate votes for sexual consent at age 13

The criminal law on sexual crimes is evolving in France, with the creation of a specific juvenile offense.  The Senate passed, in first reading, a law to retain the age of 13 as the threshold for se...
Paris News

France closes non-EU borders and prepares for a third lockdown

Emmanuel Macron seeks to avoid the option of a third hard lockdown.  The coronavirus epidemic persists and France has decided to close its borders and begin imposing stronger measures. The decision...
London News

Novavax Covid-19 vaccine proves 89% effective in UK clinical trials

US Biotech firm Novavax has announced a breakthrough in their late-stage trials of a covid-19 vaccine, immediately receiving approval in the United Kingdom. The UK coronavirus vaccine study shows a...
Berlin News

Right to abortion limited in Poland

Law prohibiting abortion in Poland is enforced and women return to the streets. The declaration was decided suddenly, but the women's movement will not give up: demonstrations in more than 20 cities....
Brussels News

New variants of the coronavirus determine new travel restrictions in Europe

The Covid-19 epidemic is not slowing down in Europe, with new travel restrictions approved by a growing number of national governments, in order to stem the spread of new variants of the coronavirus....
London News

Spanish Armada maps saved from export to the US after hurried funds drive

The maps date back to 1589 and remain the earliest surviving representations of naval battles.  A rare collection of 10 maps that depict the defeat of the Spanish empire were salvaged before being so...
Paris News

Bordeaux wines aged in space to be tasted in February

The future of wine is through space. This February brings the tasting of Bordeaux wines aged in orbit, followed by the analysis of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon samples back from space. Certainly...
Copenhagen News

Visiting the Ordrupgaard museum by Zaha Hadid

The Ordrupgaard museum is famous for its Art Playground, and it’s building designed by the world- renowned architect Zaha Hadid. Ordrupgaard Art Museum is located near Jægersborg Dyrehave, a suburb...
Brussels News

The European Union invests in airbag jeans

  The idea comes from the founder of Airbag Inside Sweden AB.  Brussels invested 150,000 euros in the hopes that it can save lives. The lower body suffers the most injuries in a motorcycle acciden...
London News

MasterCard raises fees on purchases for UK-issued cardholders

  MasterCard will raise its fees for holders of UK-issued credit cards from 0.3% to 1.5%, a 400% rise. The departure of the single market means new realities for the British consumer. MasterCard w...
Paris News

Paris restaurants move into the outdoor markets to survive the crisis

  District markets in Paris have opened their doors to restaurants in crisis.  Through an initiative launched in the French capital to develop takeaway and make it more accessible to customers. ...
Amsterdam News

Asian crime lord, Tse Chi Lop, arrested in Amsterdam

Tse Chi Lop is the head of Asia’s largest crime syndicate worth billions of dollars.  The notorious crime boss is among the world’s most wanted fugitives, running an empire across the Asia-Pacific wo...
London News

The UK refuses to grant EU diplomats full status and privileges

The United Kingdom refuses to grant diplomatic status to the European Union ambassador in London, causing further tensions. The UK, a 46-year-old EU member, voted to leave the EU bloc in 2016, with B...
Paris News

International Schools in Paris

Are you an expat family or just made a permanent relocation to Paris? There are quality local French schools and private international schools catering to the educational needs of expat children. B...
Brussels News

EU approves mealworms for human consumption

The European Food and Safety watchdog has approved the consumption of mealworms by humans. What was once mistaken for a fringe food should now find its way into the mainstream. Yellow mealworms make a...
Copenhagen News

All you need to know about the Egeskov Castle

Egeskov Castle is located in Denmark and, more precisely, on Denmark’s third largest Island, Fyn.  The town where Egeskov Castle is found is Kværndrup, although the castle is much more famous than the...
London News

Over one million foreigners have left the United Kingdom in the last year

In the past year, one million and three hundred thousand foreigners have left the United Kingdom, according to a report by the Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence.  And on the horizon there lies...
Amsterdam News

Dutch government resigns after ‘child welfare fraud’ scandal

  The entire Dutch government has resigned. The entire Dutch government has resigned amidst a scandal that resulted in thousands of families wrongfully accused of child welfare fraud. Mark Rut...
Copenhagen News

Man Meets the Sea: The giant statues of Esbjerg

The budding, and perhaps most underdeveloped, town of Denmark is Esbjerg, made famous for the monument called Man Meets the Sea. Esbjerg - the Youngest City in Denmark The city of Esbjerg is the...
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