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European area sees more than 80,000 cases of measles in 2018, triple the number of the previous year in a "preventable tragedy"
Gibraltar’s lifeline to Spain means it faces challenges to its way of life from the UK leaving the European Union
The British startup is about to begin the largest clinical trial ever to test whether psilocybin can be used to treat depression
Fish and other forms of sea life are already becoming another source of geopolitical competition, experts say
Some European newspapers cited different results to the recent EU daylight saving consultation(!). Help us fact check these claims
By controlling the ground water level locally, the need of additional irrigation and nutrition drops significantly
The $24 billion scientific publishing industry may be in jeopardy after 11 national agencies say no to subscription model
The United States has insisted SWIFT stop financial transactions with Iran or face asset freezes and other punishments
The man who runs a now-famous email encryption company says math determines encryption, not ethics
The Press Association cites an unnamed source close to the investigation
EU Commission finds Google guilty of abusing its influence to cement its dominance
Critics say move risks denying vulnerable people their rights, but the agencies involved argue this is where their help is needed
Less than one percent of criminally acquired money is clawed back; how should regulators address this impotence?
Ex-Morgan Stanley VP and associate pocketed tens of millions via illegal trades, according to a ruling in U.S. federal court
The measure was taken ahead of an EU Parliament vote scheduled for July 5 seeking to strengthen copyright enforcement