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From the age of retirement to pension rates, the crisis of 2008 has deepened the divide between European countries.
Despite the Dieselgate scandal, diesel-fueled cars are still the most popular in Europe. A trend that is slowly changing, as governments and the public opinion are starting to grasp with their impact on public health.
The first World Inequalities Report shows a growing gap between the rich and the poor. Europe is an exception to this global trend.
A large majority of European countries has improved poverty prevention and access to labor markets
EU leaders gather on 15 December to discuss the future of the Eurozone, which will represent a much bigger share of the Union's economy after heavy-weight Britain will have left.
More and more professionals from the Western Balkans choose to seek a better life by going east – opting for countries such as the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland