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Greek Authorities Recover Picasso Painting Stolen in 2012

Greek Authorities Recover Picasso Painting Stolen in 2012

Authorities in Greece have recovered a pair of paintings that were stolen from a museum in Athens in 2012. The paintings were each priceless, with one being an original Pablo Picasso piece and the other a Piet Mondrian. Their theft nearly a decade ago was among the most notorious art …

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Stefan Lofven Resigns After Swedish No Confidence Vote

Stefan Lofven Resigns After Swedish No Confidence Vote

The Prime Minister of Sweden, Stefan Lofven, has resigned from his spot in the government following a vote of no confidence. The vote came on June 21, when Lofven’s coalition disintegrated after the Left Party abruptly retracted its earlier support of the Prime Minister. The resulting scramble to form a …

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Freak Czech Tornado Leaves Five Dead, Hundreds Injured

Freak Czech Tornado Leaves Five Dead, Hundreds Injured

A freak weather incident in the Czech Republic late Thursday has left five dead and hundreds injured. While tornadoes are extremely rare in Europe as a whole, they’re almost unheard of in the Czech Republic. The tornado was spawned out of a string of intense thunderstorms that hit most of …

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EURO 2020 Tournament: Group Stage Is Over, Who’s Moving On?

EURO 2020 Tournament: Group Stage Is Over, Who’s Moving On?

Europe’s massive celebration of football rolls on and the winners of each group have finally been decided. Fans are absolutely buzzing as the final 16 are set. Who’s moving on, and who’s the favorite to win the whole tournament? Let’s take a look at the standings. Group Winners Leaving the …

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Vacation in the Stars? First Space Travel Agency Opens in UK

Vacation in the Stars? First Space Travel Agency Opens in UK

The UK’s first space travel agency, RocketBreaks, has finally opened its doors. Now, travelers who want to see the planet from outer space have a real way to visit the cosmos. The travel agency will offer full vacation services to travelers, including meals and coordinating flights. One of the largest …

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Germany Launches Antitrust Probe into Apple

Germany Launches Antitrust Probe into Apple

The American tech giant Apple is once again in hot water in the EU. Germany has launched a sweeping antitrust probe into the company, alleging that Apple’s iOS operating system stifles competition. At the core of the Federal Antitrust Office’s probe is the operation of the Apple App Store. The …

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Naomi Osaka and Rafael Nadal Both Plan to Skip Wimbledon

Naomi Osaka and Rafael Nadal Both Plan to Skip Wimbledon

Tennis fans were stunned Monday with the news that both Naomi Osaka and Rafael Nadal plan to skip the All England Cup at Wimbledon. The two had different reasons for skipping the event, but each announced their intentions to skip the grand slam only a few hours apart on Monday. …

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Sausage Fight: UK and EU Battling Over Chilled Meats

Sausage Fight: UK and EU Battling Over Chilled Meats

Britain is duking it out with the European Union over rules regarding the exporting of chilled meat products. And, yes, this particular international dust-up is being called a “sausage fight” by some members of the press. Back in January, when Brexit was formalized, it resulted in the UK being unable …

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Biden and Putin Geneva Meeting Tests US and Russian Relations

Biden and Putin Geneva Meeting Tests US and Russian Relations

The heads of state of the United States and Russia coming together is always a nerve-wracking situation. The Cold War was decades ago, but lingering tensions remain between the two largest nuclear powers on the planet. On Wednesday, Joe Biden had his first meeting as US president with Vladimir Putin, …

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ESA and NASA Work Together to Upgrade Space Station Power Supply

ESA and NASA Work Together to Upgrade Space Station Power Supply

On Wednesday, astronauts from both the US’s space agency, NASA, and the European Space Agency will work together to upgrade the power supply on the International Space Station. The ISS, a joint effort between numerous space agencies, is a major scientific and cultural achievement for humanity. Wednesday’s spacewalks will be …

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