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Seven European bison to be released in Romania

The European bison is the heaviest surviving wild animal in Europe today. The animals went extinct in the wild in 1927 when the last one was killed by poachers in the western Caucasus. The only bison left were to be found in zoos across Europe.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 2 comments

Op-Ed: The new EU truck regulations: Will they make a difference?

On April 15 the majority of people at an EU conference voted in favour of introducing new measures to make Europe's trucks safer and more fuel efficient. Will the proposed measures actually make trucks any safer or less thirsty however?
In the Media by James Walker

EU court rules that data collection rules violate privacy rights

On Tuesday, a data communications collection requirement was struck down in the European Union and declared invalid, on the grounds that it infringed on basic privacy rights.
In the Media by Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti

Garcia and Schwartzel back Final Series changes

Sergio Garcia and Charl Schwartzel, two critics of the inaugural Final Series last year, have backed changes made to the U.S.
In the Media by Tony Jimenez (Reuters)

Briton Fisher returns to winning ways at Tshwane Open

Former Ryder Cup player Ross Fisher returned to winning ways by triumphing in the Tshwane Open on Sunday, seeing off a spirited challenge from Michael Hoey to secure his first European Tour victory for four years.
In the Media by Reuters

Runaway leader Fisher angling for Tshwane Open title

Former Ryder Cup player Ross Fisher, chasing his first European Tour win in four years, surged five shots clear of the field after the third round of the Tshwane Open on Saturday.
In the Media by Reuters

Dyson leads Tshwane Open after play suspended

Englishman Simon Dyson closed with birdies on his final four holes on Thursday to card a seven-under-par 65 and take the first-round clubhouse lead in the European Tour's Tshwane Open.
In the Media by Reuters

Swashbuckling Dubuisson aiming to be No 1 - Levet

Swashbuckling young French musketeer Victor Dubuisson has the weapons to win majors and become the world's number one golfer, according to fellow countryman and former Ryder Cup player Thomas Levet.
In the Media by Tony Jimenez (Reuters)

Aiken sinks monster playoff putt to win Africa Open

Thomas Aiken secured a third European Tour victory and his first on home soil when he sank a 30-foot put on the first playoff hole to beat Oliver Fisher and claim the Africa Open title on Sunday.
In the Media by Reuters

Argentine leader Grillo on fire at Africa Open

Argentine youngster Emiliano Grillo produced his lowest score on the European Tour on Saturday, a nine-under-par 62 earning a two-shot lead after the third round of the Africa Open.
In the Media by Reuters

Birdie barrage puts American Hahn top at Africa Open

Little-known American John Hahn rocketed to the top of the Africa Open second-round leaderboard after a blistering inward half of 28 earned a course record equaling 10-under-par 61 on Friday.
In the Media by Reuters

Flawless Santos sets pace in Africa Open

A flawless opening round from Ricardo Santos earned him a two-shot lead in the European Tour's Africa Open at the East London Golf Club on Thursday.
In the Media by Reuters

McIlroy aiming to emulate Mickelson's unique double

Former world number one Rory McIlroy will play at the Scottish Open for the first time in five years in July intending to emulate Phil Mickelson's unique 2013 achievement.
In the Media by Reuters

Breakthrough Joburg win was a gift for mum, says Coetzee

Relief was etched all across George Coetzee's face when the South African ended an agonising sequence of 24 top-10 finishes without a win by landing his maiden European Tour victory at the Joburg Open.
In the Media by Tony Jimenez (Reuters)

Joburg Open joint leader Molinari getting his mojo back

Former Ryder Cup player Edoardo Molinari led the way alongside Briton Craig Lee after the second round of the Joburg Open on Friday.
In the Media by Reuters

Four-way tie for Joburg Open lead after round one

Scottish duo Alastair Forsyth and Craig Lee fired seven under par totals on the opening day of the European Tour's Joburg Open to form part of a four-way tie for the lead on Thursday.
In the Media by Reuters

World Match Play returns to England for 50th anniversary

The Volvo World Match Play Championship is to return to England this year with the 50th anniversary edition being staged at the London Golf Club on the outskirts of the capital.
In the Media by Tony Jimenez (Reuters)

McIlroy rues tricky greens as Euro title drought continues

Rory McIlroy was left to rue some unreadable greens as his winless streak on the European Tour extended to 15 events following a two-over-par 74 in the final round of the Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday.
In the Media by Matt Smith (Reuters)

Woods vows to work on putter after muted Dubai showing

Tiger Woods vowed to improve his putting after another lackluster showing at the Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday extended the world number one's troubled start to 2014.
In the Media by Matt Smith (Reuters)

Gallacher equals tour record to overhaul McIlroy

Champion Stephen Gallacher amassed seven birdies and an eagle on the back nine on Saturday, tying a European Tour record, as the scintillating Scot snatched the Dubai Desert Classic third-round lead from Ror
In the Media by Matt Smith (Reuters)

Early riser Willett avoids wandering mind in Dubai

An early start was pivotal as Britain's Danny Willett scorched his way to a seven-under-par 65 in the second round of the $2.5 million Dubai Desert Classic on Friday.
In the Media by Matt Smith (Reuters)

McIlroy retains Dubai lead, Woods toils

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy remained on course to end a 14-month European Tour title drought after shooting a second-round 70 to lead the $2.
In the Media by Matt Smith (Reuters)

Italy's Molinari targets Europe top-50 return after Dubai delight

Italy's Edoardo Molinari is confident he can break back into Europe's top 50 this year after shooting a seven-under 65 at the Dubai Desert Classic on Thursday, his best round in nearly two injury-ravaged yea
In the Media by Matt Smith (Reuters)

France's Quesne eyes major debut after birdie blast

France's Julien Quesne hopes to make his major championship debut this year after carding a six-under 66 at the Dubai Desert Classic on Thursday, equaling his best round of the season.
In the Media by Matt Smith (Reuters)

McIlroy sizzles in Dubai; Woods among chasing pack

Rory McIlroy hit a sizzling nine-under 63 to lead the first round of the $2.5 million Dubai Desert Classic by two strokes on Thursday, bolstering his hopes of claiming a first European tour win since 2012.
In the Media by Matt Smith (Reuters)

Woods finishes down the field in Dubai curtain-raiser

World number one Tiger Woods double-bogeyed the final hole to finish down the field in the $600,000 Champions Challenge on Tuesday, the curtain-raiser to this week's Dubai Desert Classic.
In the Media by Reuters

Qatar triumph could herald amazing year, says Garcia

Former world number two Sergio Garcia is hoping his Qatar Masters victory is an encouraging sign of good things to come for the Spaniard this season.
In the Media by Tony Jimenez (Reuters)

Britain First may fight European elections in May 2014

The patriotic political movement ‘Britain First’ has asked its supporters whether they support the idea of fighting the European elections in May 2014.
In the Media by Richard Milnes - 9 comments

Early European hunters and farmers lived side-by-side

Genetic studies suggest hunter-gatherers and immigrant farmers lived side-by-side for more than 2,000 years in Central Europe, before the agricultural lifestyle won over. This finding overturns some previous thinking.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 5 comments

BAFTAs love 'Lincoln' but leave out Spielberg

London - They are often called the British Academy Awards. They are the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards - or BAFTA. They have entered the discussion as they offer up their best today (Jan. 9).
In the Media by Tim O'Brien
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