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Archaeologists have estimated that the city was probably built in the late Byzantine period, 600-800 years ago. …


"June was the hottest June on record and July is now shaping up to be the hottest July on record," Michael Mann, Climate Scientist, Professor & Director of the Penn State ESSC, told Euronews.


The Congolese health ministry has confirmed the first case of Ebola in the eastern city of Goma. More than 1600 people have died so far because of the disease. …


EU foreign ministers will meet on Monday to discuss the Iran nuclear deal amid fears it could collapse.


The Tunisian Red Crescent said on Thursday that 58 bodies have so far been recovered after a ship carrying more than 80 migrants capsized off the coast of Tunisia last week. …


An Air Canada flight bound for Sydney was diverted to Hawaii on Thursday after experiencing severe turbulence. 35 people suffered minor injuries.


Christos Staikouras was appointed as finance minister, while Nikos Dendias will head the foreign ministry. …


A Turkish ship planning to drill for oil and gas close to Cyprus dropped anchor off the island on Monday, sparking tensions with Nicosia and the European Union.


Unemployment across the eurozone has hit a fresh 11 year low in May 2019. …


Christine Lagarde at the ECB: rebooting eurozone economic growth and reviving inflation

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