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Serbian authorities issue vampire alert in Bajina Basta

People from the Bajina Basta region, Serbia are on alert after the local council issued a vampire warning. Garlic sales went up through the roof! Sava Savanovic is believed by many to be a vampire.

People are terrified at the thought that his escape will lead to a lot of deaths.

  • Written by James Mahoney
  • Category: Europe

Dutch teenagers get juvenile detention in Facebook murder case

The two teenagers from the Netherlands had an argument on the popular social network Facebook with the girl they later ordered to be killed. They both got three years of therapy and two years in juvenile detention. The case, known in Netherlands as the "Facebook murder" case, has been the cause of a wide-spread debate over the fact that social media plays an important role in violent crime.

  • Written by James Mahoney
  • Category: Europe

British Airways apologizes for tweet containing a racial epithet

The flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom retweeted the complaint of an unhappy airline customer. The retweet was visible to all its followers and what's even worse is that it remained published on British Airways' public Twitter profile for quite some time.

  • Written by Jed E. Robinson
  • Category: Europe

Nutella maker promises to keep the same recipe despite new French tax

French tax hike threats a lot of companies. Senators in France are now targeting palm oil and plan to increase the tax 300%. The reason behind this tax increase is that the production of palm oil harms our environment and its consumption increases chances of becoming obese.

  • Written by Adam West
  • Category: Europe

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