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Euronews is a multilingual news television channel, headquartered in Lyon-Écully, France. Created in 1993, it aims to cover world news from a pan-European perspective.
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  • Kia Niro Electric range rated at 301-miles in Europe
    Green Car Reports

    Kia Niro Electric range rated at 301-miles in Europe

    When it introduced the Kia Niro EV in Korea in June, the company said it would go 236 miles on a charge. It has now been rated at far more than that in Europe. Kia on Tuesday said that the car earned a rating of 301 miles on the new Worldwide Harmonized Light-Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP).

  • Reuters

    Merkel: Europe should develop its own electric car battery production

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday Germany should work with other European countries to develop its own battery cell production for electric cars. "I think we should, within the framework ...

  • Bitcoin Hasn’t Funded any Terror Attacks in Europe, Europol Report Reveals
    CCN

    Bitcoin Hasn’t Funded any Terror Attacks in Europe, Europol Report Reveals

    Bitcoin and similar digital assets were not used to fund any of the recent terror attacks in Europe, finds a Europol report that paints a clear picture of the contribution of cryptocurrencies to online crime. The 72-page long study [PDF], titled Intenet Organized Threat Assessment 2018, thoroughly touches upon the various modules of online crime,

  • Book a Flight to Puerto Rico This Winter Starting at $177 Round-trip
    Travel+Leisure

    Book a Flight to Puerto Rico This Winter Starting at $177 Round-trip

    With a "teeth-chattering" winter already in the forecast, your desire to warm up on a beach in Puerto Rico is sure to be stronger than ever in the coming months. Lucky for you, we have good news: Winter flights to the sunny island are super cheap right now.

  • Novartis Cancer Therapy Kymriah Hits First Hurdle in Europe
    Bloomberg

    Novartis Cancer Therapy Kymriah Hits First Hurdle in Europe

    Novartis AG’s cancer drug Kymriah faced its first setback in Europe as U.K. health authorities made an initial recommendation against paying for the breakthrough therapy to treat a form of lymphoma in adults. Although the one-time treatment has demonstrated significant benefits, and Novartis had offered an undisclosed discount on the list price of 282,000 pounds ($372,000), Kymriah isn’t adequately cost-effective for routine funding, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence said in a statement Wednesday. Novartis said it’s disappointed with the preliminary decision, and that it may be difficult to assess the value of new treatments like Kymriah that are aimed at curing lethal diseases.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Cable Europe & SCTE Europe Join Light Reading's Cable Next-Gen Europe as Event Partners

    Light Reading’ s Cable Next-Gen Europe will feature speakers from Liberty Global, Vodafone, Cable Europe, SCTE Europe, Com Hem and more. New York, NY, Sept. 19, 2018-- via NEWMEDIAWIRE-- Light Reading ...

  • Accenture Positioned as “Best in Class” for Oracle SaaS Implementation and Integration Services in Europe by Pierre Audoin Consultants
    Business Wire

    Accenture Positioned as “Best in Class” for Oracle SaaS Implementation and Integration Services in Europe by Pierre Audoin Consultants

    Accenture (ACN) has been positioned as "Best in Class" in Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC)’s inaugural analysis of software-as-a-service (SaaS) implementation providers in Europe. Accenture is ranked ahead of all providers included in the “Oracle SaaS Implementation and Integration Services in Europe 2018” report.

  • Reuters

    Merkel - Europe should develop its own electric car battery production

    BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday Germany should work with other European countries to develop its own battery cell production for electric cars. "I think we should, ...

  • Greece to move 2,000 out of overcrowded Lesbos migrant camp
    Associated Press

    Greece to move 2,000 out of overcrowded Lesbos migrant camp

    MORIA, Greece (AP) — Some 2,000 asylum-seekers will be moved out of a severely overcrowded migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos this month, a Greek official said Tuesday as charities slammed conditions at the camp, which has raw sewage running out of its main entrance.

  • Theresa May Can Make Europe Great Again, Top-Dog Investors Say
    Bloomberg

    Theresa May Can Make Europe Great Again, Top-Dog Investors Say

    Some of the world’s biggest fund managers say the fate of investments into battered European equities lies in Theresa May’s hands. As the U.K. Prime Minister meets European leaders in Austria on Wednesday, investors will be trying to gauge the likelihood and timing of a Brexit deal. Any signs of progress in unlocking the talks, which have stalled for months over how to prevent the return of a hard border on the island of Ireland after Brexit, would boost investor confidence that the deal will soon be reached and may fuel inflows into European and U.K. stocks, according to State Street Global Advisors.

  • Europe's August Car Sales Surge Ahead of New Emissions Tests
    Bloomberg

    Europe's August Car Sales Surge Ahead of New Emissions Tests

    European car registrations skyrocketed in August as automakers hurried to get vehicles out the factory door before the start of new emission-testing regulations. Deliveries of new passenger cars jumped 30 percent in the European Union and European Free Trade Association in August from a year earlier, according to data released Wednesday by the European Automobile Manufacturers Association. Sales increased in every country but Sweden, Switzerland and Iceland.

  • Morocco plays cat and mouse with Africans headed to Europe
    Reuters

    Morocco plays cat and mouse with Africans headed to Europe

    Moroccan police conduct regular raids of areas popular with people from elsewhere in Africa and have bussed thousands to the other end of the country since 800 people stormed a fence to the Spanish enclave of Ceuta in northern Morocco in July. The transports drew criticism from human rights groups after two men from Mali died en route and Reuters has found that many people have simply returned, hiding in forests or back streets of the main city of Tangier and planning their escape to Spain. "We came to Morocco to stay in the north until the time was right to force our way through the Ceuta fence.