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News about what is going on in the continent of Europe from a mission’s perspective.

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Despite the Northern Ireland assembly previously rejecting regulations that would permit abortion, Parliament has voted to “force liberal abortion laws on Northern Ireland” according to the Christian Institute. Worse than overruling the clear will of the majority of the Northern Irish people is the overruling of the rights to life of unborn children. Please pray...
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In one of the most northern regions of Norway, a powerful landslide swept 8 houses into the sea. Click here to read more and watch a video of the landslide. Thankfully no one was injured in the landslide, but it certainly shows how quickly water can dramatically change a landscape. Imagine how a global flood...
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21 thousand tonnes of diesel fuel leaked from a power plant in the Arctic city of Norilsk, according to an article in the Independent. A leak of such vast proportions will have devastating long-term effects on the region and the people in the area. Please pray for the Russian people. The tragedy of their lost...
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The Telegraph reported a 7.3pc unemployment rate in Europe. This is a lower than anticipated, but the rate may be hidden by furlough schemes. “Unempolyment is predicted to surge when furlough schemes are wound down” the article says. Please pray for the hearts of Europeans to be soften by this time of downturn and more...
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The country of France has been going through many decades of economic decline. Combined with the strict coronavirus lockdown, the country is facing serious economic problems. President Macron has now proposed, according to theepoch.com times a new vision for the country that would see France regaining “independents over its agriculture, industry, health, and technology…” As...
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A 5.9 magnitude earthquake has hit the island of Crete. The earthquake hit this past Saturday afternoon. According to the Independent, “there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage, the police, fire brigade, and civil protection authorities said.” Please pray for Crete and the entire country of Greece that has been through lots of...
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This past Tuesday, the highest court in the Netherlands approved the use of euthanasia for people with advanced dementia, provided that the person already had given permission beforehand. Christian Post said, “The decision comes on the heels of a controversial case where a doctor was cleared of wrongdoing after he euthanized a 74-year-old woman suffering...
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Police in the French town of Romans-our-Isere, just south of Lyon, arrested a Sudanese man who went on a rampage yesterday, killing two people and injuring five with a knife. He was found kneeling on the ground” praying in the Arabic language” when the police arrested him. Documents from his home suggested this was a...
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There is new evidence that social-distancing is helping with the Coronavirus in the United Kingdom. Last week, the UK began a lockdown with people only being allowed to leave the house for the “minimum necessities and daily exercise.” The result has been a leveling out of new cases being discovered, which officials are hoping will...
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