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Women in the Netherlands report feeling unsafe in various public spaces, particularly in public transport and stations, forests, parks, and entertainment venues.

 

Greece has lost approximately 250 square kilometers of its beaches over the past 30 years due to climate change, according to Greek expert Costas Synolakis.

 

According to a survey conducted by the mobility organization VAB, the number of holidaymakers from Flanders has seen a significant increase this year compared to 2023, with France

 

Poland's population saw a decline to 37.6 million last year, reflecting a decrease of nearly 130,000 from 2022, according to the latest estimate released by the country's statistics office.

 

As the Dutch celebrated King's Night in Amsterdam, public sentiment toward King Willem-Alexander has seen a stabilization, yet it has not fully rebounded from the downturn experienced

A study conducted by the Federal Planning Bureau at the request of the FPS Social Security reveals that women in Belgium receive, on average, pensions that are 25 percent lower than those

In an effort to incentivize consumers to return plastic bottles, government inspectors are proposing a significant rise in deposits to 50 cents starting next year, as reported by Tuesday's FD.

 

Warsaw is making significant strides as one of Europe's most forested capitals, according to city officials. Magdalena Młochowska, a Warsaw City Hall official overseeing green spaces,

 

The Czech Republic continues to uphold its reputation as one of Europe's safest countries, despite a slight drop in its ranking compared to the previous year.

Amsterdam has made a significant announcement, acknowledging its historical involvement in the Holocaust by committing to repay €100,000. This repayment symbolizes the revenue