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Record Breaking Space Launch by Europe on Wednesday

Record Breaking Space Launch by Europe on Wednesday It was 4 decade ago that the European countries were under stress by the rising level of advancements made by the countries such as US and the Soviet Union in the field of space and technology. To cut out the increasing menace of worries and stress the country launched its first Ariane rocket.

Britain calls on EU to adopt target to cut emissions by 50% by 2030

Britain calls on EU to adopt target to cut emissions by 50% by 2030

Britain has called on the fellow EU governments to adopt a legally binding ambitious target of slashing greenhouse gas emissions by 50 per cent by the year 2030.
 

Astronomers Discover Earliest Stars of the Universe

StarsNew protostars have been found in a survey of the biggest site of star formation near our solar system, situated in the constellation Orion.

In Herschel space observatory, a European Space Agency mission had been working on this mission. They've found the youngest stars of the Universe.

Decades Old Perfume to See Ban on Ingredient

Chanel-No-5-perfumeEU scientists are planning to put a ban on one of the total five ingredients of Chanel No. 5 perfume, as revealed in a recent report. Though, the perfume has remained a first choice of all Parisians, not for one or two years, but for nine long decades. It is now for the first time ever in its life, under threat.

Muslim Cleric Outlaws "Erotic" Fruits for Women: Weird or Wise?

 Weird or Wise?As per recent reports, it has been revealed a Europe-based Islamic cleric has recently recommended women to stay away from certain fruits and vegetables such as cucumber and bananas. The advice has mainly been given since the shapes of these fruits and vegetables can allegedly kindle 'sexual thoughts' in the eves.

One in six of global population at risk of suffering strokes

CardiologyAround sixth (17%) of people around the globe are at risk of suffering strokes sometime during their lives, the European Society of Cardiology warned.

The European Society of Cardiology also warned that stroke accounts for a death every six seconds. They also warned that cases of stroke would jump from six million to eight million around the globe in the coming twenty years.

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