EU: No “Stablecoin” Cryptocurrency Should Operate in Europe Until Risks Addressed

The Council of the European Union, which implements laws for the EU region, has issued a statement on “stablecoin” cryptocurrencies indicating that, “no global ‘stablecoin’…should begin operation in the European Union until the legal, regulatory and oversight challenges and risks have been adequately identified and addressed.” Stablecoins are a type of cryptocurrency designed to maintain […]

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When science was a vital pastime of monarchs and emperors of Europe

When science was a vital pastime of monarchs and emperors of Europe Centuries ago, princes had a favorite way of showing off their wealth and status – science. From the 16th to 18th centuries, European courts were filled with gadgets galore. Scientific instruments, lavish clocks and cutting-edge mechanical objects showcased princely prosperity while providing entertainment […]

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AMERICA/BRAZIL – Brazilian Missionaries Ad Gentes prepare to go to America, Africa and Europe

CNBB Brasilia (Agenzia Fides) – There were about thirty participants, among religious, priests, seminarians and lay people, in the Ad gentes course that ended yesterday, addressed to the missionaries who are preparing to go on a mission “beyond the borders”. The course, which started on November 10th, was promoted by the Missionary Cultural Center (CCM) […]

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Media and democracy: Call for respect for press freedom and journalistic independence in Europe

At the conference it is organising in Paris on 6 December, the Association of European Journalists (AEJ) joined forces with other organisations defending press freedom to call on European institutions and governments to adopt effective measures to protect the Fourth estate for the sake of democracy. VoxEurop joins the call. Association of European Journalists Reporters […]

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