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Europe approves project to find Earth-like planets
Europe has given the green light to a project to find habitable planets like Earth in other star systems.
Europe selects grand gravity mission
It is set to be one of the major science projects of the 2030s.
Killer fungal disease found in Europe
A fungal disease that had killed wild snakes in North America has been found for the first time in Europe, experts at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) said.
Iran's 'Cold Breath' screening to be dedicated to Kiarostami in Europe
The public screening of 'Cold Breath', by Abbas Raziji, is to be dedicated to late internationally-acclaimed Iranian film director Abbas Kiarostami in Europe.
Juncker says Europe can no longer 'outsource' protection
Europe has to take care of its defense given the shift in US policy, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said Friday, promoting a hefty defense fund announced by Brussels.
US deploying B-52 bombers to Europe for NATO exercise
The US Air Force is deploying nuclear-capable B-52 bombers and 800 airmen to Britain that will take part in NATO exercises in June in Eastern Europe near Russia's border.
Why Iran represents an opportunity for Europe
By forging closer relations with Iran, Europe could unshackle its foreign policy from the US.
MPP to ink deals with European firms
Maroon Petrochemical Plant (MPP) is to sign deals with Royal Dutch Shell and two Italian companies to develop two projects, said the company's managing director.
Europe, US divided over policies toward Iran
By Bahram Qassemi*
Europe to build petrochemical plant in Iran
Iranian and European companies signed a multibillion-euro contract to build a petrochemical plant in the Assalouyeh region of southern Iran.
Philippines declines aid from Europe to assert independence: official
The Philippines' decision to stop development assistance from the European Union was a display of the country's independent foreign policy, a top aide of President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday.
All over Europe, people have suddenly stopped buying cars
All over Europe, new car sales are suddenly down. Not a little bit, a lot. The shift suggests consumers are uncertain about their economic prospects in the near term.
Iranian Jewish MP: Jews’ condition in Iran has always been better than in Europe
Iranian Jewish lawmaker, Siamak Moreh Sedgh, said Jews have always enjoyed better living conditions in Iran than in Europe.
Life is better for Jews in Iran than in Europe: Jewish MP
A Jewish lawmaker at the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) says Jews can freely practice their religion in Iran and have always enjoyed better living conditions in the Islamic Republic than in Europe.
Official: Iran discussing gas exports with Europeans
Iran is in talks with European companies on the export of gas to the Green Continent, said the managing director of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC).
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