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In this digital age of technology, internet access is essential – and according to this Ireland-based network security company, millions more companies and communities will have Wifi in...

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After three years of deliberation, the Council of the European Union has just approved legislation that will hopefully cut off a major source of...

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Germany agreed Thursday to turn more than 60 former military bases into nature preserves, “with the aim of creating vast new green oases and...

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How can we possibly move to a “Zero Waste” society when, worldwide, we are currently dumping hundreds of millions of tons into landfills every...

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Germany has shattered another record: In the first half of 2014, 31% of the entire country was powered by renewable energy. (Inhabitat)

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A heroic stray dog has saved her puppies from a drainage canal after rescue teams asked for her help in the southwestern Turkish province...
kindness coffee to a homeless guy-RAKNominations-FB

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An inspiring adaptation has emerged out of the dangerous "NEK Nomination" craze that has swept through the UK, Australia and elsewhere in recent weeks....
horses by Mark Hamblin/rewildingeurope.com

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For the first time in two millennia, wild horses are once again galloping free in Spain, countering what happened when the Romans moved there...

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Global manufacturing ended 2013 on a strong note as major exporters like Japan, Germany, and Italy posted their fastest growth in years, and China...
Norway village gets Winter sun-FB-VisitRjukan

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Residents of a remote village nestled in a steeply sided valley in southern Norway are enjoying winter sunlight for the first time ever thanks...
London Union Jack clothing

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British manufacturing grew much more strongly than expected in June, suggesting the country's recovery is broadening just as the Bank of England prepares to...

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Crime in Scotland has fallen to the lowest level since 1974 with homicide and other violence plummeting by more than 20 percent. Even robbery...
truck-waste-recycling-Capannori Italy

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Capannori, a rural town in the Italian province of Lucca, in Tuscany, boasts a proud history. Six years ago, it became a trendsetter and...
Greek city Thessaloniki by-Elpidoforos Papanikolopoulolos, CC

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70-year old Thessaloniki mayor Yannis Boutaris stands apart from the political mainstream, pulling off reforms that have so far evaded the national government during...
Forth bridge in Scotland-Andrew Bell-CC

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More than a century ago this estuary was teeming with wildlife. Expansive beds of shellfish and huge shoals of herring and salmon fed all...
Jim Larkin statue in Dublin, by Jaqian on Wikipedia

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Ireland’s economic rebound continued in the second quarter with some of the strongest growth in Europe. Gross Domestic Product jumped 1.6 percent in the...