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  1. Bier Markt statue turning heads in St. John'sRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | CBC News

    It's a feature in all Bier Markt restaurants and displayed prominently on the exterior of the chain's newest location in St. John's. It's a landmark in Brussels, and now a replica of the Manneken Pis outside a new St. John's restaurant is giving passersby a few chuckles.

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  2. These are the holiday destinations we ARE visiting - as Brits ditch Europe over safety concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    The last 12-months has seen a surge in holidaymakers booking further afield - due to cheaper foreign exchange and European safety concerns - with France and Greece among countries that have seen a sharp drop in travellers. Mexico, the United States, the Dominican Republic and Mauritius have shown a dramatic rise in popularity as a third of Brits ditch traditional European favourites for long-haul, according to data from holiday provider, Club Med .

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  3. Europe steps up North Korea sanctions with oil, finance bansRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    The European Union stepped up its sanctions on North Korea on Friday with near-blanket trade and travel bans after Pyongyang's latest nuclear test and rocket launch, a move going beyond new U.N. Security Council sanctions. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un attends a banquet for contributors of the recent rocket launch, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency in Pyongyang on February 15, 2016.

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  4. Fednav Celebrates 50th AnniversaryRead the original story

    Yesterday | Marine News

    Shortly after the inauguration of the Saint Lawrence Seaway in 1959, and the growth of grain exports that followed, Fednav realized that incoming steel products offered ideal repositioning from Belgium, and c ' thus was launched regular service FALLine. Steel is also transported from Germany, the UK and other countries, but Antwerp remained the epicenter of the activity.

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  5. The week's best travel deals around the globeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    The historic Georgian Hotel in Santa Monica , Calif., is offering 1 5 percent off suite accommodations and free valet parking . A one-bedroom Signature Suite starts at $390 per night, including taxes, a savings of $68.

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  6. Summer Travel Prices Could Drop 40%Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Travel Industry Wire

    As Memorial Day kicks off the start of the summer travel season, Travelzoo predicts Americans will see the best travel offers in years this summer. The combination of low oil prices, a strong dollar, cheaper airfares and the impact of global events such as the Zika virus and instability in Europe, means Americans can expect to spend up to 40% less than last year on summer vacations.

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  7. Passengers will need Facebook to find cheap Eurostar faresRead the original story

    Thursday | Scotsman.com

    It has launched a website named Snap which allows passengers to buy one-way tickets from just 25 as long as they log in to the social network. The new service will only be suitable for those with a flexible itinerary as customers are not told the exact time of their train until 48 hours before travel.

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  8. Eurostar Launches Fare Offer For Facebook UsersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | LBC 97.3

    The cross-Channel operator has launched a website named Snap which allows passengers to buy one-way tickets from just 25, as long as they log in to the social network to buy them. Snap's 25 fares are the lowest Eurostar has ever offered, with regular tickets advertised from 29 on their website.

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  9. Eurostar launches new A 25 fare - but you'll need a Facebook account to unlock the dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mirror.co.uk

    The new service will be suitable for those with a flexible itinerary as customers won't be told the exact time of their train until 48 hours before travel It has launched a website named Snap which allows passengers to buy one-way tickets from just 25 as long as they log in to the social network . The new service will only be suitable for those with a flexible itinerary as customers are not told the exact time of their train until 48 hours before travel.

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  10. Custom-brewed beers play hard to getRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Philly.com

    In Philadelphia's thriving craft-beer scene, where hundreds of bars with formidable tap lists vie for the dollars of discerning drinkers, one of the toughest tasks has become to find a way to stand out. Increasingly, Philadelphia bars, stalwarts and upstarts alike, are teaming with brewers to create proprietary products - special beers exclusive to specific venues, often made to the nitty-gritty specifications of the people buying them.

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  11. Netflix, Amazon face quotas for European moviesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | The Peninsula

    Brussels: US firms like Netflix, Amazon and Apple face quotas for European movies and television shows under EU proposals unveiled Wednesday that also aim to lift cross-border barriers for Internet shoppers. The proposals are the latest step towards what Brussels calls a digital single market, in which the European Union's 500 million people will no longer be blocked from buying goods and services more cheaply abroad online.

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  12. Netflix faces Europe movie quotasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | The China Post

    U.S. firms Netflix and Amazon face quotas for European movies and television shows under new EU proposals unveiled Wednesday that also aim to lift cross-border barriers for internet shoppers. The plan is the latest step toward what Brussels calls a digital single market, in which the European Union's 500 million people will no longer be blocked from buying goods and services more cheaply abroad online.

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  13. Netflix, Amazon Face New European TV and Film Content QuotasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | TheStreet.com

    Video-streaming services would have to devote at least 20% of their offerings to European productions under a controversial legislative proposal unveiled in Brussels. Video-streaming providers like Netflix , Apple and Amazon Prime all face new minimum European-content quotas under new legislative proposals unveiled in Brussels on today that has left the industry steaming mad.

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  14. Natasha Sohni: Belgium is the perfect place to exploreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | Post-Bulletin

    I am very fortunate to have had the opportunity to visit many countries, including the beautiful country of Belgium. Many are unaware of what Belgium has to offer, and I was unaware as well until I visited the country for the first time when I was 12. My uncle had recently moved to Belgium and he invited my family to stop there on the way to India.

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  15. Euro 2016: How to find a cheap hotel if you're off to France for the European ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | Mirror.co.uk

    British fans off to catch the Euro 2016 action live in France this summer can save up to 252 by booking outside the host cities - as hotel prices hike ahead of the huge championships kick off. England fans can save as much as 50% on accommodation in France this June by choosing their destinations wisely, according to bookings site TripAdvisor .

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  16. EU plans to free up online shopping, set Netflix quotasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | EurActiv.com

    The Commission is set to require video-on-demand providers like Netflix to devote 20% of their content in Europe to European movies and TV programmes. The Commission is set to require video-on-demand providers like Netflix to devote 20% of their content in Europe to European movies and TV programmes.

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  17. Calls for Britain's 'sweetheart' tax deal with Google to be probed...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 25 | Daily Mail

    Calls for Britain's 'sweetheart' tax deal with Google to be probed after French police raid internet giant's Paris headquarters as part of 1.2 billion fraud investigation Calls have been made for Britain's 'sweetheart' tax deal with Google to be probed in the wake of a dawn raid on the internet giant's Paris headquarters. Police officers, five magistrates, 25 computer experts and around 100 tax officials entered Google's premises in the French capital at 5am.

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  18. French Mideast initiative doomed without US support: expertRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Thanh Nein News

    US Secretary of State John Kerry gives a press conference during a foreign affairs ministers meeting at the NATO headquarters in Brussels on May 19, 2016 Next month France will host the latest diplomatic attempt to salvage the moribund Israel-Palestinian peace process but, according to scholar Hussein Ibish, the initiative won't get far without US support. Frustrated with progress towards any renewed bid to agree a permanent deal, Paris has invited international supporters of the peace process to talks next month designed to revive hopes for a two-state solution.

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  19. EU referendum: British expats lose Supreme Court fight for right to voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Independent

    The Supreme Court upheld the decision of both the High Court and Court of Appeal stating expats are not eligible to vote on 23 June Jacquelyn MacLennan is battling along with fellow expat Harry Shindler the legality of the rule which excludes expats from voting if they have been living elsewhere in the EU for more than 15 years The Supreme Court upheld the decision of both the High Court and Court of Appeal stating expats are not eligible to vote on 23 June , because they have lived outside the UK for more than 15 years. The appeal had been brought by London-born war veteran Harry Shindler, 95, who has lived in Italy for 35 years, and solicitor Jacquelyn MacLennan, 54, from inverness, who has lived in Belgium since 1987.

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  20. 30-Minute Spinach and Chicken Coconut Curry RecipeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Chocolate & Zucchini

    This post is sponsored by Revol , a French manufacturer of top-quality ceramic cookware. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Chocolate & Zucchini.

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