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Sport is very important

There are many reasons to do sport It is good for the body and it is nice to sport with other people. When you come home after school and you have learned many times it is a good idea to relax. So a lot of people take chips and crisps or other bad things and watch TV. But you have no social contact with other people. And most of all you become fat when you do that many times. So

EuroNews 02-2007, Euroboard – News from Europe

Denial, son forbidden in Europe? Until summer 2007 the denial of the Holocaust and other genocides as well as the agitation of racism should be forbidden throughout Europe. A planned EU-decision intends to work against racism and fascism. The planned punishments of the denial of historical facts are controversial. Up to now the denial of the Holocaust is punishable only in nine of 27 EU states, namely in: Germany, Belgium, France, Lithuania, Austria, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

EuroNews 02-2007, European Capital of Culture 2007

Welcome to Sibiu/Hermannstadt Sibiu/Hermannstadt in Romania was appointed together with the city of Luxembourg to be the European cultural capital (CCE) of 2007 after final vote of the minister’s of culture council of the European Union on the 27th May, 2004. Sibiu/Hermannstadt with a multicultural profile of the 800 year-old city stresses the motto “City of Culture – City of Culture”. Sibiu/Hermannstadt was always considered as a city of culture and art and it is the cultural capital of Romania

EuroNews 01-2007, Queen Masłowska

A young Polish author. Poland has originated a new, young generation of authors and female authors. Dorota Maslowska is one of them. In the following we introduce her. Dorota Maslowska was born the 3th July of 1983 in Wejherowo, a small town in the north of Poland. When she was nineteen, she was supposed to learn into her final exam but in the meantime she started writing her first book called “The polish-Russian war under the white-red flag”. Pawel Dunin-Wąsowicz

EuroNews 06-2006, A journey to Spain

The journey is the reward From Serbia to Spain is a long way. Half of Europe must be crossed. Not everybody has as much luck as the author. How often young people in Serbia get a chance to travel somewhere outside the national borders? Sunshine in their eyes, adventure in their dreams Flamenco, Spain and the colorful waves of the Mediterranean Sea? Oh, my dear God – finally! Exactly this was a first thought that simply stormed throw the mind