European Values Have Been Decapitated | New Europe

Last week, France and the whole of Europe, were stunned by the horrific story that a French history teacher, Samuel Paty, was stabbed and then decapitated by an 18-year-old, Moscow-born Chechen immigrant in a suburb of Paris. The attacker who committed this despicably cruel act was shot by the po

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The Croatian government collapsed | New Europe

The Croatian government has fallen on Thursday, after the senior coalition partner, HDZ(Croatian Democratic Union), split from its junior coalition partner, Most (Bridge of Independent Lists). That is the second HDZ-Most government to come to an abrupt end. MOST is liberal party and a newcomer in

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Aachen issues iodine pills scaling up preparations for

The city issues coupons exchangeable for pills that reduce the threat of thyroid cancer after a release of radiation. The pills are issued for individuals aged 3 to 46 in a different dosage. Over 500,000 people have been advised to stock the pills, suggesting the population must have them at their disposal in case of an emergency.

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Agrokor: a Croatian crisis turns into a Yugoslav conundrum

The Croatian, Slovenian, Serbian, Montenegrin and Bosnian economies are embroiled in a systemically significant crisis linked to the Agrokor conglomerate. The Agrokor Group is a food and retail giant that in 2015 had a €6,5bn turnover. That is 16% of Croatia’s GDP. The crisis Founded during Yug

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Hundreds of state-owned enterprises for sale in Kazakhstan

A new wave of privatisations in Kazakhstan will see up to 300 state-owned enterprises up for sale by the end of this year. "We will sell 295 enterprises until the year end, Kazakh Deputy Finance Minister Ruslan Dalenov told reporters on August 4. “Their total equity capital exceeded 1.5 trillion

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The revolt against big food | New Europe

Confounding the grim prediction made by the British economist Thomas Malthus in 1798, the world currently produces more than enough food for a population that has increased almost tenfold since then. Today’s food problem is not absolute scarcity. It is that food is so unequally distributed and irrat

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