After renouncing their prominent role in the British royal family to become financially independent, the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave up their title of highness.

UK: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Give up Their Royal Titles

After renouncing their prominent role in the British royal family to become financially independent, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave up their title of highness. The announcement is likely to make a big splash. Prince Harry and Meghan, respectively Duke and Duchess of Sussex, renounce their royal titles, announced this Saturday 18th January 2020 Buckingham Palace in a press […]

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EU wants single charger for all smartphones

The EU Wants the Same Connection and a Single Charger for all Smartphones

EUROPE: A desire of a standard smartphones charger that is part of a more global approach to connectivity The European Parliament would like to set up a single charger common to all brands of smartphones. Among other things, this would reduce “electronic waste, but also make life easier for consumers”. According to estimates by the European Union, “the old chargers generate […]

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The future of medical tourism in France

The Future of Medical Tourism in France

Medical tourism to Europe and especially to France has become an increasingly popular alternative to the American healthcare system. It doesn’t take a whole lot of digging to understand that the medical system in the United States is a wildly contentious issue that offers little to those that cannot afford the steep prices for even […]

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Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, wonders "if all these negotiations are possible in such a short time

Brexit: Ursula von der Leyen “Worried” about the Short Time for Negotiations

Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, says that not all of the many topics for negotiation will be discussed before the UK leaves with Brexit European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said she was “very worried” about the feasibility of negotiations on the UK’s exit from the European Union by the […]

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Boris Johnson and the Conservatives big winners in UK Elections

UK Elections: Boris Johnson and the Conservatives Big Winners

The conservative leader won an absolute majority in the British parliament, Thursday 12 December 2019, unheard of since Margaret Thatcher. Now to finally achieve Brexit. Brexit will take place 31st January 2020. It is the mandate from British voters to the Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who won Thursday 12th December 2019 a resounding victory in parliamentary after more than […]

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European summit: nuclear power weighs heavily in climate negotiations

European Summit: Nuclear Power Weighs Heavily in Climate Negotiations

Three Eastern European countries are demanding guarantees before committing to the “Green Pact”, which provides for EU carbon neutrality by 2050. The nuclear issue sparked “intense” talks Thursday (December 12th, 2019) at the EU summit in Brussels , where three Eastern European countries are asking for guarantees before committing to the “Green Pact”, which provides for carbon neutrality of the EU . EU by 2050. For […]

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Euromillions: the jackpot will increase from 190 to 250 million euros in 2020

Euromillions: The Jackpot Will Increase from 190 to 250 Million Euros in 2020

This formula change, which will not be inconsequential for the intermediate draws of Euromillions will be implemented by the 4th February 2020. Details. This is a first for 10 years: by February 4, 2020, the ceiling of the Euromillions jackpot will be raised! Set at 190 million euros since 2009, it will now reach 250 million euros, reports the website […]

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The death of an 18-year-old attributed to the use of the electronic cigarette in Belgium

Belgium: The Death of an 18-year-old Attributed to the Use of the Electronic Cigarette

TOXIC: A Mixture of Cannabidiol with vitamin E acetate (oil), used in electronic cigarettes which has already caused deaths in the United States, is believed to have caused his death It’s a first in the country. InBelgium, an 18-year-old man died of respiratory failure. The authorities attributed the death to the vaping and a mixture of harmful products contained in […]

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Nearly 1,300 flights canceled Thursday and Friday due to Lufthansa strike

Germany: Nearly 1,300 Flights Cancelled Thursday and Friday due to Lufthansa Strike

SOCIAL CRISIS: The strike at Lufthansa will concern “all flights” from German airports, whether domestic or international Due to a strike by the UFO cabin crew syndicate, 1,300 flights by German airline Lufthansa will be cancelled on Thursday and Friday, the group said in a statement on Wednesday. About 2,300 will be made this Thursday, of the planned 3,000 […]

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The United Kingdom must leave the European Union on 31 January 2020 after three postponements

Brexit: Juncker Judges Labour Proposal to Renegotiate Deal “Not Realistic”

BREXIT: The United Kingdom must leave the European Union on the 31st January 2020 after three postponements on a Brexit deal The outgoing President of the >European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker on Tuesday ruled on the BBC that the proposal of the British opposition leader, Labour Jeremy Corbyn, to negotiate a new exit agreement from the European Union was not “Realistic”. In the […]

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