Europe

Europe is a unique continent, which is not surrounded by water from all directions, and has an overland border with the neighbouring Asia. Physiographically, it occupies the northwestern part of the large landmass known as Eurasia and surrounded from the north by the Arctic Ocean, from the west by the Atlantic Ocean, from the south by the Mediterranean Sea, and from the southeast by the Black Sea.

Definition of correct border between two continents was a big question for geographers and politicians. Nowadays it is commonly delineated by the Ural Mountains in Russia, the Caspian Sea and Caucasus Mountains.

Totally now Europe includes 51 independent states. Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey are transcontinental countries, partially located in both Europe and Asia. Armenia and Cyprus politically are considered European countries, though geographically they are located in the West Asia territory.

Europe’s largest country is Russia (37% of total continent area) and the smallest one is Vatican City, which occupies only a small area in the center of Rome.

The most visited travel destination in this region is France with its capital Paris as the best place of interest, followed by Spain, Italy, United Kingdom and Germany. (Source)

Alphabetical list of countries in Europe (click on country below to view historical events):

P
Poland
Portugal

R
Romania (gained independence from Ottoman Empire in 1877)
Russia

S
San Marino
Serbia (formerly part of Yugoslavia)
Slovakia
Slovenia (formerly part of Yugoslavia)
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland

T
Turkey

U
Ukraine
United Kingdom (UK)

V
Vatican City (Holy See)

Chronological History of Events Related to Europe

German nuns ‘rented’ orphaned boys to businessmen for ‘gang bangs & orgies’ – suppressed report seen by media

German nuns ‘rented’ orphaned boys to businessmen for ‘gang bangs & orgies’ – suppressed report seen by media

A report being withheld from the public documents horrific acts of rape and sexual abuse against young boys that were facilitated by nuns belonging to the Cathoic Archdiocese of Cologne in Germany, according to the Daily Beast. The investigation’s findings, which concluded last month and stemmed from a lawsuit brought against the archdiocese by victims, have not been publicly released, but the contents of the report ...
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German Court Rules That COVID-19 Lockdowns Are Unconstitutional

German Court Rules That COVID-19 Lockdowns Are Unconstitutional

A German court in a landmark ruling has declared that COVID-19 lockdowns imposed by the government are unconstitutional. Thuringia’s spring lockdown was a “catastrophically wrong political decision with dramatic consequences for almost all areas of people’s lives,” the court said, justifying its decision. A German district court has declared that strict lockdown imposed by the government of the central state of Thuringia last spring are unconstitutional, as it acquitted ...
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GOP Lawmaker Marjorie Taylor Greene Introduces Articles of Impeachment on President Joe Biden

GOP Lawmaker Marjorie Taylor Greene Introduces Articles of Impeachment on President Joe Biden

Freshman Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene filed articles of impeachment on President Joe Biden on Thursday. She made the announcement on Twitter this afternoon. Rep. Greene promised to file charges against the corrupt Democrat last week. Today she fulfilled that commitment. I just filed Articles of Impeachment on President @JoeBiden. pic.twitter.com/mcwEEkKiHL— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (@RepMTG) January 21, 2021 Here are Rep. Greene’s detailed charges against ...
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Report: More Than 50,000 Italian Restaurants Defy Lockdown

Report: More Than 50,000 Italian Restaurants Defy Lockdown

Over the weekend, more than 50,000 restaurants in Italy defied the country’s lockdown measures due to CONvid.  The owners were displaying a massive act of civil disobedience that is sure to encourage others to do the same. Freedom-Loving, Anti-Lockdown Protesters Force Their Way Into Oregon Capitol Oregon: State Senator Calls Special Session ‘Illegitimate’ & Governor’s Tyranny “Campaign Against The People & Children Of God” – Removes ...
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Donald Trump Tweeted that He authorized the "total declassification of any & all documents" related to related to RussiaGate and Hillary Clinton's emails — "No redactions!"

Donald Trump Tweeted that He authorized the “total declassification of any & all documents” related to related to RussiaGate and Hillary Clinton’s emails — “No redactions!”

However, DOJ attorneys told a judge that the White House Counsel's Office effectively told DOJ to disregard Trump's tweets on the matter. They weren't accompanied by an actual declassification order, and DOJ will proceed as though the tweets hadn't occurred, continuing to redact and release documents at its discretion. "The White House Counsel's Office informed the Department that there is no order requiring wholesale declassification or ...
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Woman Arrested for Sharing Video of ‘Empty’ Hospital in England

Woman Arrested for Sharing Video of ‘Empty’ Hospital in England

Police in England have arrested a woman in connection with a video of an allegedly “empty” hospital in Gloucestershire that was posted on social media. Gloucestershire Constabulary police officers arrested the woman on Tuesday, on suspicion of a supposed “public order offence“. The 46-year-old woman has been bailed until January on the condition that she does not enter any NHS facility except for a health emergency ...
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UK Home Secretary Encourages Neighbors To Snitch On Each Other For Breaking COVID Rules

UK Home Secretary Encourages Neighbors To Snitch On Each Other For Breaking COVID Rules

UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has encouraged neighbors to snitch on each other to police if they see others violating COVID rules over the Christmas period. “Any individual that saw any laws being broken would take that upon themselves,” Patel told BBC Breakfast. “If I saw somebody flouting coronavirus regulations and the laws, of course I would look to inform the police about that.” She went on ...
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Report: Almost 2 million CCP Members Hold Positions at British Consulates, Major UK, US Firms: Leaked Database

Report: Almost 2 million CCP Members Hold Positions at British Consulates, Major UK, US Firms: Leaked Database

A recently leaked database has revealed that 1.95 million registered members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have been employed at universities, major corporations, and British consulates around the world. Some members have been employees of U.S. aerospace manufacturer Boeing and pharmaceutical maker Pfizer. The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC), a global coalition of lawmakers, obtained the database from an unidentified Chinese dissident, then shared the material with four media organizations, according ...
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The Vatican Unveils 2020 Nativity Scene in St-Peter’s Square: A Bizarre Collection That Include an Astronaut and an Executioner wearing a Horned Mask

The Vatican Unveils 2020 Nativity Scene in St-Peter’s Square: A Bizarre Collection That Include an Astronaut and an Executioner wearing a Horned Mask

The Vatican’s 2020 Nativity scene is a bizarre collection of ugly pieces that include an astronaut and an executioner wearing a horned mask. Furthermore, the entire thing is replete with occult symbolism. Here’s a look at this puzzling display. And, once the red drape covering the scene was removed, the crowd discovered a towering, brutalist, and totem-like Angel Gabriel staring back at them, along with an ...
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A Secret Agreement That Allows Chinese Spies To Roam Free In Switzerland is Exposed

A Secret Agreement That Allows Chinese Spies To Roam Free In Switzerland is Exposed

Details of a little known agreement between Switzerland and China that allowed Chinese "spies" to enter Switzerland at Swiss taxpayers’ expense have leaked. The deal, which was signed in 2015 and is up for renewal, "lays out terms for Chinese agents to travel to Switzerland and interview suspected Chinese nationals that Swiss authorities wished to deport," according a report by The Guardian. The deal had never been published ...
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