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CONTIKI The leading travel company for 18- to 35-year-olds is offering savings of up to 20 per cent on selected Europe Summer 2018 trips. Booking an Independent Insider trip also gives the millennial travellers the freedom and flexibility to pick every element of their Contiki experience. Enjoy the perks of ...

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Corrupt government officials involved in Schengen visa fraud racket

Corrupt government officials involved in Schengen visa fraud racket

Police have uncovered the involvement of corrupt government officials of the Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment Ministry and the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) with a fraud gang which produced fake Schengen visas. According to the police sources, the gang had defrauded over 500 people in the last five ...

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Heaton: Europe a realistic possibility for Burnley

Heaton: Europe a realistic possibility for Burnley

Tom Heaton believes high-flying Burnley can wrap up a successful season by securing European qualification. Sean Dyche’s Clarets host Chelsea in the Premier League on Thursday, seeking a sixth consecutive win that would see them leapfrog Arsenal into sixth place in the table. But unless struggling Southampton win the FA ...

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The Young and the Restful: Why young Germans have no vision for Europe

The Young and the Restful: Why young Germans have no vision for Europe

SUMMARY German millennials (those born after 1980) appear to be unambitious about reforming the European Union. Their focus is on safeguarding what has been achieved rather than creating something new. Data from various surveys and interviews indicate that Germans aged between 18 and 29 hold stereotypically German views on European ...

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Life After the Castros: Escaping a Long Shadow in Cuba

Life After the Castros: Escaping a Long Shadow in Cuba

As a set piece of propaganda, the unveiling of the bronze statue of José Martí that evoked Cuba’s greatest independence hero at the moment of his death was a flop. But as a mournful scene from the closing act of the Castro brothers’ 60-year rule, the official event that took ...

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Healthcare entrepreneurs compete to win funding in Galway – Med

Healthcare entrepreneurs compete to win funding in Galway - Med

Healthcare entrepreneurs across Europe are travelling to Galway, Ireland to compete to win €4 million funding, business support and mentorship. × Thirty European healthcare entrepreneurs are taking part in the final stage of the EIT Health Wild Card initiative this week. Titled Wild Card: At The Edge, the initiative takes ...

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