Tags : Europe

2024 Election Year: 78 Countries, 83 Polls, and 4.2 Billion

More than half of the world’s population, or over 4.2 billion people, will cast ballots in election worldwide in 2024. The Atlantic Council, a Washington-based think tank. Predicts that 78 countries will hold 83 national executive or legislative elections in the upcoming year. And that number won’t be seen again until 2048. In addition, 2024 […]Read More

Expedia Group Seizes Europe’s Travel Surge with Tech and Partnerships

Europe’s travel industry is soaring on the wings of pent-up demand, and Expedia Group is firmly in the pilot’s seat. Fueled by a 10% surge in search volumes across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, the travel giant is capitalizing on this momentum through strategic partnerships, targeted advertising, and cutting-edge technology. From enchanting Croatia to […]Read More

Endgame controversy: Meghan labeled ‘mastermind’ behind it

Meghan Markle’s ex-pal Lizzie accused her of being the mastermind behind the drama that ensued after Omid Scobie’s controversial book Endgame.   As per Mirror, Lizzie claimed that the Duchess of Sussex helped her “mouthpiece,” who made explosive claims about the royal family in his new book.  The former friend said, “This is another attempt to put a […]Read More

Trouble looms for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2024

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s outlook for 2024 has been predicted to contain a lot more misery as the pair’s hotly anticipated comeback has come to be problematic for them in the wake of Omid Scobie’s problematic book. According to PR guru Mark Borkowski, the seismic reactions to the couple’s unofficial ‘mouthpiece’ claims have resulted […]Read More

EU nations, MEPs agree on regulating ChatGPT in historic AI

European Union (EU) member states and members of the European Parliament (MEP) on Friday made a significant stride towards regulating artificial intelligence (AI) models, such as ChatGPT, after 36 hours of intense negotiations, marking a historic moment for the regulation of AI. The negotiators met in Brussels and agreed on specific guidelines that will curb […]Read More

European airport traffic slowly approaches complete recovery

In a recent report, European airport traffic slowly approaches complete recovery. European airline travel is “inching” towards a full recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic despite higher fares and the impact of the war in Israel. Latest figures from airports association ACI Europe found that passenger traffic in October was up by 11.7 percent compared with […]Read More

King Charles thwarts Harry and Meghan’s “desperate” move

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were only beginning to step towards a potential reconciliation when royal author Omid Scobie dropped a bombshell. King Charles and his estranged son Harry had reportedly broken months of silence in early November to mark the monarch’s 75th birthday to wish him. There were even reports that the Sussexes “would […]Read More

European and Arabs to meet in Barcelona over Israel-Hamas war

BARCELONA, Spain — Delegations from European Union member states and Middle Eastern and North African countries are meeting Monday in Barcelona, Spain, to discuss the crisis in Gaza, where a fragile pause in fighting is set to expire. Forty-two delegations gathered at the event hosted by the European Union for the Mediterranean, with many represented […]Read More

Dutch Surprise Election Winner: Who is Geert Wilders?

Geert Wilders is a Dutch far-right politician who has been a Member of the House of Representatives since 1998. He is the leader of the Party for Freedom (PVV), an anti-Islam and anti-immigration party. Wilders has been a controversial figure throughout his career, and his views have been widely condemned by human rights groups. Wilders […]Read More