Sunday, 11 April 2021
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Treasure Hunt: Lost hard drive with Bitcoins worth £200m at Newport landfill

A ‘digital wallet ‘containing 7500 bitcoins that James Howells generated from his laptop is buried at the Newport landfill site.  The laptop is buried somewhere underneath four feet of rubbish and...
Brussels News

Rare Tintin painting stored in a drawer for 40 years sells for €3.2m

  Belgian cartoonist and Tintin creator Herge went on sale for a record €3.2m (£2.8m). The sale made a new international record as the highest-selling comic book art sold at an auction. Three bid...
Copenhagen News

Visiting Helsingør and Kronborg Castle: what to see and what to do

Helsingør is the Danish town where the castle of Kronborg was built, famous for being the set of the tragedy of Hamlet.There is no doubt that the castle is Helsingør’s greatest attraction.  Once in to...
London News

British nature advocate Sir David Attenborough receives Covid-19 vaccine

Sir David Attenborough, renowned British naturalist, and TV host received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine. He adds to the list of prolific yet revered personalities to take the dose.  The re...
Paris News

Diary Sow, top Senegalese student, disappears in France

Diary Sow, a student at the prestigious Louis-Le-Grand high school goes missing in France.French authorities have launched an investigation to determine the whereabouts of missing a top Senegalese stu...
Copenhagen News

Greta Thunberg ends up on postage stamps in Sweden

Greta Thunberg will appear on Swedish stamps.  The environmental activist, who just turned 18, is depicted in her famous yellow raincoat against the backdrop of a flight of swallows.The stamp is part...
Paris News

Electricity alarm in France

  French citizens have been asked by Europe’s largest electric transmission system operator, RTE (Electric Transmission Network), to reduce consumption to avoid a blackout due to cold weather. ...
Copenhagen News

All you need to know about visiting the Louisiana Museum in Denmark

It's called the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, but it's not in the United States.  It's the name of one of the finest museums of modern and contemporary art ever visited, on the Danish coast, a half-...
Dublin News

Ireland has highest daily covid-19 rate in the world

Ireland had one of the lowest coronavirus rates in Europe. It is now the highest in the world. Ireland has had 10,100 confirmed covid-19 cases per million people in the last seven days - the highest...
Copenhagen News

Copenhagen Fashion Week goes virtual

Copenhagen Fashion Week will be held only in digital format. One of the most anticipated events in the fashion world will take place entirely online. Copenhagen Fashion Week will be staged directly o...
Amsterdam News

The girl with the pearl earring as you've never seen her before

The Mauritshuis museum in The Hague, which houses Vermeer's famous painting, is one of first in the world to be fully digitized. Here's how (and what to see) Like so many museums around the world, th...
Madrid News

Storm Filomena: Spain smashes snowfall records after historic blizzard

Several areas in Spain have been affected by a rare snowfall that has affected traffic, canceled flights, and resulted in the loss of life.  It’s not too often that we skiers appear on the streets...
London News

The UK approves third Covid-19 vaccine - Moderna

UK’s top medicine regulator has approved the use of Moderna vaccine against Covid-19. This is the third jab approved in the country as part of the vaccination programme alongside those from AstraZen...
Copenhagen News

Shopping in Copenhagen: Where to Go and What to Buy

10 things you can only find shopping in Copenhagen. A set of cutlery commissioned by Stanley Kubrick, vegetarian hot dogs, an encyclopedia on porcelain and a church where they screen David Lynch and...
Copenhagen News

Margrethe of Denmark is first royal to receive Covid-19 vaccine

The 80-year-old Queen of Denmark underwent the Pfeizer BioNTech vaccine on Jan. 1. The Danish royal house announced this, specifying that within three weeks the sovereign will receive the booster to...
Copenhagen News

A cartoon of a man with a giant penis stirs controversy in Denmark

The show aimed at children aged 4 to 8 years is broadcast by Dr, the Danish state radio and television network. In Denmark, the cartoon of a man with a giant penis has sparked a debate between detr...
Brussels News

EU leaders call for a peaceful and orderly transfer of power after US Capitol chaos

Several EU leaders voiced strong and unequivocal statements on the chaos witnessed in the US Capitol.  Supporters of outgoing US President Donald Trump stormed a session of Congress which was under...
London News

Did Boris give up finance for fishery?

Brexit has resulted in big financial players shifting their trades of European stocks out of London. This is one of the clearest indications of the repercussions of Brexit and the economic fallout b...
London News

New general lockdown announced by Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, yesterday evening announced to the nation a new general lockdown: schools will close, people will be able to go out only for reasons of necessity and will have t...
Copenhagen News

Norway: Rescue underway as more bodies discovered

A seventh body was just uncovered in Norway from the ground zero at the landslide in Ask Village, where rescuers kept on with the search. The village is situated 30 miles Northeast of Oslo.  Norway...
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