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Barcelona will revoke licenses for 10,101 short-term rentals by 2028 to tackle housing costs. alexmark
Barcelona has taken significant steps to address the impact of short-term rentals on housing affordability. By November 2028, the city plans to revoke the licenses of 10,101 apartments currently approved for short-term rentals, including those listed on platforms like Airbnb and Homeaway.
Emmanuel Macron has driven France to the brink of 'Frexit' by ignoring warnings about migration, EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier claims MikeRivero

Emmanuel Macron has driven France to the brink of its own 'Frexit' moment by ignoring warnings about migration, EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has claimed. 

by Kyle Anzalone 

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte is known for disagreeing with former President Donald Trump 

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will be named the next secretary general of the North Atlantic alliance. The White House backed his ascension to become NATO’s top civilian official. Rutte will replace outgoing Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

Marathon Uses Bitcoin Mining To Heat Town Of 11,000 In Finland malterwitty
Using recycled heat, Marathon is warming a town in Finland using Bitcoin mining...
Armenia's recognition of Palestine to harm its relations with Israel Netanyahu's adviser MikeRivero

Yerevan's decision to recognize Palestinian statehood will cause a negative impact on its relations with Israel, Dmitry Gendelman, an adviser to the office of the Jewish prime minister has said.

"Armenia's recognition of the Palestinian state is a prize for terrorists and murderers from Hamas and other Palestinian groups. This step will have serious long-term consequences for Israel-Armenia relations," he wrote on his Telegram channel.

Electric Car Sales Plummet Across Europe malterwitty
Sales of electric vehicles plunged 12.5% across Europe last month, fuelled by a sharp drop-off of 30% in Germany and 12.5% in the Netherlands.
European newspaper says citizens better get used to not having electricity all the time MikeRivero

One of the biggest newspapers in the Netherlands is warning its readers that Dutch citizens should get accustomed to the notion that electricity will not always be available to them in the future.