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

Report: German Officials Placed Children with Known Pedophiles For 30 Years

Report: German Officials Placed Children with Known Pedophiles For 30 Years

A former Chancellor of West Germany, Berlin senators, bureaucrats, and members of the educational establishment have all been implicated in a network “in which paedophile positions were accepted, supported, and defended”, according to a report into the placement of homeless children with known paedophile foster parents by the German government. For over a year, researchers at the University of Hildesheim have undertaken the examination of thousands ...
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Ukrainian Law Enforcement Arrest Individual Allegedly Attempting to End Investigation Into Burisma and Hunter Biden with $6 Million Bribe

Ukrainian Law Enforcement Arrest Individual Allegedly Attempting to End Investigation Into Burisma and Hunter Biden with $6 Million Bribe

An individual was reportedly arrested by Ukrainian Law Enforcement who was attempting to bribe government officials with $6 million to end an investigation into Burisma and Hunter Biden. It was first reported on June 12th that: This evening Ukrainian investigators seized $6 million in cash and arrests were made in an alleged bribe to Ukrainian prosecutors to halt investigations into the Burisma group of companies and involvement ...
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Polish President Vows to Ban LGBT Indoctrination in Schools

Polish President Vows to Ban LGBT Indoctrination in Schools

Polish President Andrzej Duda has vowed to ban LGBT propaganda from being taught in schools as part of a broader pro-family agenda he hopes to implement if elected to a second term in office. During a gathering with supporters ahead of the June 28th presidential eletion, Duda signed a "Family Card" containing a raft of promises and proposals, including blocking the legalization of homosexual marriage and ...
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Forbes Caught in Blatant Censoring Act

Forbes Caught in Blatant Censoring Act

If you need further proof that the mainstream media is censoring truthful news, look no further than Forbes’ June 7, 2020, article on a Norwegian report that claims to present proof that SARS-CoV-2 is a laboratory creation. The article was initially published with the headline “Norway Scientist Claims Report Proves Coronavirus Was Lab-Made.”1,2 Shortly thereafter, that headline was altered to “Controversial Coronavirus Lab Origin Claims Dismissed by ...
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Germany Bans Gatherings Of More Than TWO People

Germany Bans Gatherings Of More Than TWO People

While cities in the USA and other countries are banning gatherings of 10, 25, 100, or some other arbitrary number (because apparently the mayors and governors think the virus can only spread if there’s an 11th, 26th, or 101st person), German Chancellor Angela Merkel has decided to ban “gatherings” of two or more people. Business Insider reports: German authorities announced a ban on gatherings of more ...
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Denmark: 62 Per Cent of Young Somali Migrants Convicted by Age 30

Denmark: 62 Per Cent of Young Somali Migrants Convicted by Age 30

Over half of all of the young migrant men from Somalia, Lebanon, and Morocco living in Denmark have been convicted of at least one crime before the age of 30. The figures come from a report by think tank Unitos that delved into crime statistics kept by the Danish Ministry of Justice and looked at the crime rates for men born between 1985 and 1987. The report ...
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Trump Administration Sues CNN for Defamation after they Claim His Re-election Campaign is Considering Help from Russia

Trump Administration Sues CNN for Defamation after they Claim His Re-election Campaign is Considering Help from Russia

The Trump administration launched a lawsuit against cable news network CNN Friday, accusing them of defamation over reports alleging the president’s re-election campaign is considering help from Russia. Speaking to Fox News, a Trump attorney said the lawsuit, seeking “millions of dollars” in damages, is about holding the network accountable for libeling President Trump and spewing mistruths to the American people. “The complaint alleges CNN was aware ...
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Turkish Human Trafficker Brags “I have filled half of Europe with immigrants”

Turkish Human Trafficker Brags “I have filled half of Europe with immigrants”

A video shows a man alleged to be a human trafficker bragging about how he has ‘filled Europe with immigrants’ and how he is making thousands of euros after Turkey opened its borders. The man said he had been trafficking people for 20 years and that he receives 500-600 euros per head for each migrant he successfully exports. Despite serving 6 years in jail for the ...
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Trump Campaign Sues New York Times For Libel Over Garbage Russia Article

Trump Campaign Sues New York Times For Libel Over Garbage Russia Article

The article named in the lawsuit was authored by Max Frankel on March 27, 2019 titled, “The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo” which claimed the Trump campaign had an “overarching deal” with Russian President Vladimir Putin — “the quid of help in the campaign against Hillary Clinton for the quo of a new pro-Russian foreign policy.” The lawsuit states The Times had no proof of its ...
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Fake News: Media Push False Claim Trump Offered Julian Assange a Pardon Quid-Pro-Quo

Fake News: Media Push False Claim Trump Offered Julian Assange a Pardon Quid-Pro-Quo

Former California Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher has denied that he acted on orders from President Donald Trump to offer Julian Assange a deal for a pardon, saying that he never spoke to the president about the offer. The Washington Post, Associated Press, Reuters, and other mainstream outlets all ran sensational headlines claiming Trump was directly involved, despite some of the reports acknowledging Rohrabacher’s denial. Rohrabacher’s claim calls into question ...
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