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Europe risks losing a generation to austerity, Oxfam warns

A new report by the UK charity Oxfam says that austerity in Europe may be creating a 'lost generation' through unemployment and lack of economic opportunity.

Biofuels limited in Europe after EU parliament vote

The European Parliament voted on Wednesday to limit the use of fuels made from food crops, or so-called "biofuels."

Euro zone unemployment falls for first time in more than 2 years. But it's still awful there

Unemployment in the eurozone fell for the first time in over two years, according to new statistics.

Europe threatens to end data-sharing agreements with US after Snowden revelations

The European Union has said that it may reconsider data-sharing agreements with the United States after allegations of US spying.

NSA spied on European diplomats in DC, New York and Brussels, report says

The United States spied on European Union offices and broke into private computer networks of EU officials in the US and Europe, a new report claims.

EU challenges Obama administration over surveillance program

The European Commission has reportedly raised concerns with the Obama administration about the massive NSA spying program.

Sweden's missing horses mystery stirs horsemeat worry

Sweden is investigating the fate of 9000 horses that disappear each year in that country.

Online fraud group in Spain broken up by Europol

An internet fraud group that conned possibly hundreds of thousands of people was broken up Wednesday by Europol.

Gypsy entry into Europe traced back 1500 years

New genetic testing has determined that the Romani people, also known as gypsies, entered Europe about 1500 years ago.

425lb woman dies overseas after airlines turn her away

Janos Soltesz is planning a lawsuit against the three airlines, KLM, Delta and Lufthansa, that denied his wife boarding to get her home to see her doctors.
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