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Ireland has the lowest annual number of reported UFO sightings in Europe.
The price of cocaine went down by 51% in Europe since 1990.
Africa is larger than China, USA, India, Mexico and a big part of Europe combined.
North America and Europe are moving away from each other by one inch (2.5 CM) per year.
More people go to church on Sunday in China than in the whole of Europe.
In China, it is mandatory that cosmetic products are tested on animals while in Europe it’s prohibited.
In 2005, A Chinese company used skin harvested from the corpses of executed convicts to develop beauty products for sale in Europe.
It is estimated that Genghis Khan killed about 40 million people across Asia and Europe.
Cyber criminals steal US$1 billion per year from small and medium-sized businesses in the U.S. and Europe.
Europe was named after a lover of Zeus from the Greek Mythology.
In half of Asia and Africa and two-thirds of Europe, households pay a “TV licence” every year.
Rio de Janeiro was once the capital of Portugal, making it the only European capital outside of Europe.
Europe and Africa are only separated by 14.3 km (8.9 mi) of ocean and there are talks of creating the longest bridge ever.
Animals, including pigs, horses, and even insects, could be tried and convicted of crimes for several centuries across many parts of Europe.
No other country in Europe has as many volcanoes as Italy: the peninsula stands on a fault line.
When Benjamin Franklin invented his own harmonica, it became so popular in Europe that Mozart and Beethoven composed music for it.
Belarus is the last UN member country in Europe that still uses the death penalty. Convicts are shot with a pistol.
Around 1 in 10 convicts in Finland escaped prison in 2013, making it the prison-break capital of Europe.
Half of men in Western Europe are the descendants of a single Bronze Age ruler, a study found.
Only 4 modern countries were never colonized by Europe: Japan, Korea, Thailand and Liberia.