Ten years ago, 50,000 people in Estonia came together to collect waste. It was the beginning of a worldwide movement. Every year on the third Saturday in September, people in 150 countries across the world collect waste.
Estonia is expected to get a 100-to-one-euro return on investment for its e-Residency program, which lets anybody start a business from afar. It is even planning to launch ‘estcoins,’ its own cryptocurrency.
Denmark is set to build a fence along the German border in a bid to keep out swine fever. Critics say it won't work, harms wildlife and may only be a symbolic gesture to cater to farmers and anti-immigrant sentiment.
After Stockholm and Copenhagen, another Scandinavian city has won the title European Green Capital, honoring green urban achievements. It is the third time Norway's capital Oslo was shortlisted.
Poland's defense minister wants a bolstered deterrence against Russia, but also a chance for the helicopters to be homegrown. That part of the plan has suffered a setback, forcing him to delay the tender's deadline.
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