Posts Tagged ‘Problems in Europe’

Protesters set Swedish flag ablaze in Turkey after Koran-burning incident

NATO


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Girl fighting for her life and others injured in London shooting

Panic in London. Seven-year-old shot near London’s Euston station


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Woman dead and multiple injured after Christmas Eve shooting in busy pub (England)

Wallasey, England. Woman dead and multiple injured after Christmas Eve shooting in busy pub


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Paris mass shooting: At least three killed and several injured by gunman

Shooting in France. Paris mass shooting: At least three killed and several injured by gunman


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Greta Thunberg and hundreds of young people sue the Swedish State

Greta Thunberg and hundreds of young people sue the Swedish State


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Explosion in Poland killed two citizens, officials considering consultations with NATO

New Human wars in Europe. Explosion in Poland killed two citizens, officials considering consultations with NATO


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Police identify victim killed in Dorchester shooting, UK

UK. Police identify victim killed in Dorchester shooting


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Why Belgium is now the cocaine capital of Europe

Why Belgium is now the cocaine capital of Europe


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Serbia. Immediately destroy any hostile drones in the country’s airspace

War in Europe. Serbia. Immediately destroy any hostile drones in the country’s airspace


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Hundreds protest in Berlin as the cost of living continues to rise

Hundreds protest in Berlin as the cost of living continues to rise


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Climate activists target art: Van Gogh’s masterpiece ‘Sunflowers’ defaced

London. Climate activists target art: Van Gogh’s masterpiece ‘Sunflowers’ defaced


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Princess Amalia: Dutch royal moved from student home after security threats

Royal security


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