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Norwegian firm eyes offshore wind parks

Norway's energy giant Equinor sees good potential for building floating offshore wind parks in Greece as long as the country adopts a regulatory framework for the technology.
Equinor, one of the world's largest oil and gas producers, operates Hywind park in Scotland, the world's first floating offshore wind park, and is struggling to find new renewables projects to invest in.

Drunk Men Beat up a Bulgarian Store Owner in Scotland (Video)

A Bulgarian store owner was beaten by two people in Scotland. The incident took place a few months ago, but it is not clear until now that the attackers received light sentences. That's why the 39-year-old Bulgarian decided to distribute camera footage from his store. The recordings hear his attackers telling him that this is their country, and shortly thereafter attack him, informs NOVA.

EU Court Ruling on Whether UK Can Unilaterally Stop Brexit and Revoke Article 50 to Take Place on December 10

A European Court of Justice ruling on whether the UK can cancel Brexit by revoking Article 50 will take place the day before MPs vote on Mrs May's Brexit deal, the court has announced, writes standard.co.uk

European judges will issue their ruling on December 10, ahead of the Commons vote on December 11.

Where to Go in January and February

January

Brussels and Bruges: With their pop-up book looks, Brussels and Bruges take on a special kind of magic in winter. Enjoy the snow-covered scenery and forget all about the cold as you warm your mitts with a cone of hot Belgian Frites or a greedy helping of chocolate-smothered waffles. January's detox can wait.

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