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Facebook Losing Popularity among Teens; WhatsApp, Snapchat Gain Further

Facebook Losing Popularity among Teens; WhatsApp, Snapchat Gain Further

Facebook is fast losing teenager user base and people are shifting to other social networking services. Facebook has been termed “Simply not cool anymore” by recent reports by Daniel Miller on theconversation.com story which discusses results from European Union-funded Global Social Media Impact Study. The research team evaluated responses from 16-18 year old users in eight European countries and found that teenagers do not find Facebook cool anymore.

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ESA to Launch its Novel Satellite Gaia

ESA to Launch its Novel Satellite Gaia

It has been reported that Europe is about to launch its new satellite, Gaia Satellite. This satellite mission is expected to be the most ambitious mission in past history. In this mission, the 740m-euro observatory is going to map the exact positions and distance of more than a billion stars.

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Ash Cloud from Mount Etna’s Led Closure of Catania Airport

Ash Cloud from Mount Etna’s Led Closure of Catania Airport

Mount Etna, Europe's most active volcano, has witnessed a series of eruptions, which continued to take place for weeks. These eruptions have led to occasional changes in light routines.

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Astronomers Discover Noble Gas-Bearing Compound in Space

Astronomers Discover Noble Gas-Bearing Compound in Space

The noble gases, for example helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon and radon, rarely combine with other atoms and compounds.

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Scientists Rediscover Europe's Rarest Orchid Species

Scientists Rediscover Europe's Rarest Orchid Species

One of the rarest orchid species of Europe has been rediscovered by scientists. This species was first identified in 1838, but was not observed for the past two centuries.

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Spain joins bumpy European recovery

Mariano Rajoy

Going by the report presented by the Bank of Spain, it appears that the worst is over for Spain, as it gets on the road to recovery following a two-year recession that saw high level of unemployment and dwindling economy.

Even though the ride may not be as smooth as anticipated, it has certainly brought a hope for the country undergoing severe financial crunch owing to rising real estate prices and hefty bank bailouts. Considered to be the fourth-biggest economy of the Eurozone, Spain’s third quarter saw an economic growth of 0.1 percent.

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Luxurious Citroen DS4 to Be Launched Soon

Luxurious Citroen DS4 to Be Launched Soon

The renowned model DS4 of Citroen will soon be available in the market. The new DS4 in an automotive beauty contest has attracted 60,000 votes from 62 different countries. Moreover, during a web poll it has been voted as “Most Beautiful Interior”.

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Thailand Plans to Distribute Leaflets on E.coli to Passengers

Thailand Plans to Distribute Leaflets on E.coli to Passengers

The Public Health Ministry has been reported to distribute leaflets to passengers arriving from 11 European countries, including Germany where E. coli was first discovered, as a means of curbing the outbreak of the fatal bacteria E. coli, which has killed 22 people in Europe.

The leaflet is said to contain information on the outbreak, and based on how to monitor your health and what to do if you are developing symptoms, such as severe diarrhea.

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Europe Signed Up To 85 Billion Euro Bailout from EU & IMF

Europe Signed Up To 85 Billion Euro Bailout from EU & IMF

The International Monetary Fund has pushed Europe to take serious steps in order to tackle the debt crisis in province. The Monetary Fund said that the region is required access to more funding. An Official of the European Central Bank said that Greece is needed to rescue itself to handle with the debt crisis.

Mondi Products’ Costs to Continue Increasing

Mondi Products’ Costs to Continue Increasing

There was an announcement made by the CEO of the giant paper manufacturer in Europe, Mondi that they are of the expectation that the costs of most of their products shall remain to surge. He added that the rates of increase however shall be less than that of last year.

David Hathorn, the CEIO of the firm was of the revelation that there is an expected rise of about 7 to 8% to be seen in the products. This is marginally lesser than the 12% increase that it saw last year.

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