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Brussels gives new recommendations on ending piracy for live events
Member states are not obliged to follow the new rules, which are only meant as guidelines.
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Why is the Guaraní language playing a big role in Paraguay's election?
The Guaraní language has survived colonialization efforts over the past centuries. Today, it is a game changer in the upcoming elections in Paraguay.
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French people often do 'la bise' to greet each other - but the pandemic has endangered this national habit.
Italy planning five-figure fines for monument and art vandalism
The Italian government approved proposed legislation championed by the culture minister that would impose fines starting at €10,000 and as high as €60,000 for those who vandalise artworks or cultural sites
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WATCH: Guyana's cowboys showcase skills in rodeo
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Why you should head to Portugal for a wine-tasting adventure
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Balkan Trafik! festival 2023 to showcase Kosovo's best musical talents
First held over 15 years ago after the meeting of Nicolas Wieërs from Belgium and Ilir Sefa from Kosovo, the festival takes place from 27 to 30 April in Brussels.
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Greek National Opera celebrates Maria Callas centenary
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Where do Europeans stand on divisive social issues?
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