Europe

European record breaker Scott Brown remains keen for a crack at Champions League holders Real Madrid (From HeraldScotland)

HE has recovered well from an inauspicious start to his European career with both Hibs and Celtic to become the Scottish player with the most appearances in continental competition. But Scott Brown, who made his 83rd outing in the Champions League qualifier against Linfield at Parkhead last week, still has goals he would like to achieve. The 32-year-old, who edged ...

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Europe will help the Boks as well – Franco – SuperSport

by Brenden Nel 25 July 2017, 11:21 Toyota Cheetahs Director of Rugby Franco Smith believes his team’s possible move to playing in Europe can be beneficial for South African rugby as a whole. With SA Rugby and Pro12 both confirming they are in discussions to add two South African teams to the competition, the Toyota Cheetahs and Southern Kings’ ...

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European banks struggle to solve toxic shipping debt problem

LONDON (Reuters) – Dutch shipowner Vroon is finding talks with banks tough going as it tries to navigate a way out of a long slump in the shipping industry. But it is not an easy time for the lenders either. Vroon, a 127-year-old family-owned group which operates about 200 vessels and transports livestock, oil and other commodities, wants to extend ...

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If you don’t boast about your trip on Instagram, are you even in Europe?

Akin to bird migration patterns, once temperatures cool Down Under, Australians flock north in their droves in search of summer sun, leaving nothing in Sydney’s eastern suburbs but tumbleweeds. “If you don’t boast about your trip to Europe with carefully curated, incessant Instagram posts, are you even in Europe?” many of Australia’s better known faces ask themselves. Sun follower: Bambi Northwood-Blyth soaks up the ...

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Far-Right Millennials Are On A Mission To ‘Defend Europe’ From Migrants

A dozen far-right millennials set out on a 10-day trip with a mission to “defend Europe” from what they’re referring to as a migrant invasion from Africa, according to Reuters. The group rented a ship to set sail for the Libyan coast, which is in Africa, to keep surveillance on humanitarian rescuers’ illegal collaboration efforts.  The group defending Europe supports the Identitarian ...

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The cheapest places to go on holiday in Europe

It’s good news for families wanting a beach trip in Europe without the splurge – six out of fifteen resorts have actually lowered their prices since 2016. The cheapest holiday destination for 2017 is Turkey, with the beach resort of Marmaris giving holidaymakers the most for their money. The plunging pound means Britons are losing out on trips to the eurozone. But the Turkish ...

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Europe backs nuclear medicine for cancer that killed Steve Jobs

Reuters LONDON, July 21 (Reuters) - A nuclear medicine targeting the type of cancer that killed Steve Jobs won a green light from EU regulators on Friday, boosting prospects for its developer Advanced Accelerator Applications <AAAP.O>. The European Medicines Agency said its Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) had recommended the product, Lutathera, in a move ...

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Giant Pandas Can’t Hide Europe’s Caution Over China

Chinese President Xi Jinping and German Chancellor Angela Merkel were all smiles as she accepted two giant pandas for Berlin zoo this month, but underlying tensions over trade and investment suggest that building on their informal alliance will be difficult. While Merkel and Xi have been nudged into picking up the leadership baton on global issues like climate change since ...

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