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Europe imports around of a third of its gas from Russia. 

The Netherlands and Germany are particularly dependant on Russia.  With the current tension over Crimea, concerns […]

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Talks between India and the EU may result in patients in poor countries being denied access to essential drugs.

At risk are cheap generic drugs to treat some […]

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As the EU faces financial meltdown, thousands of its citizens are heading south.

Since its inception the EU has been the destination of choice for millions of migrants. […]

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New renewable energy targets to go beyond 2020 must be negotiated within the next two years, the Europe’s energy chief said on Thursday. It is important to set renewable […]

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The life of the Jei is hard at the best of times.  They roam 27000 square miles with 10000 cows, raiding other herds and in turn being raided.

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Sharks may kill a few people a year, a tragedy for the victims and their family, cars kill thousands of times more.  

The shark is an amazing […]

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Gwyn (Buck) Thomas entertained students with his complaints about the restraints on farming.  His upland farm had been in the family for over 200 years, however his […]

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The Keystone XL oil pipeline

On November 5, 2011 By

There have been many debates over the Keystone XL pipeline recently. The pipeline will link Canada’s tar sands to refineries in Texas providing the south coast of North […]

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