Do I really need to debunk a website like this? Judging by the amount of times I've seen it posted on Facebook news feed by people taking this crap seriously, I'd say the answer is, sadly, yes.
From the "Careers" section:
"NOTE! Please note that we do not tolerate fake/disinformation articles and you can get fired if you send us fake stories."
According to their "About Us" section:
"The European Union Times also known as The EU Times is an online copyrighted newspaper. Most articles have external 'credible' sources cited at the end of each article with the click-able word 'Source'. If you click on 'Source' you will end-up to an external source. Anyone is allowed to republish stories from EU Times with the condition to add a link towards the page where you took the story from. Feel free to reproduce any of our articles or to add our link on your website, or even to advertise for it as long as its not defamatory for us."
According to their "Careers" section:
"Become today a professional journalist for the European newspaper 'The EU Times' and we will guarantee in your resume that you have worked for us."
While EUTimes appears to occasionally publish legitimate stories and information, the majority of content is dripping with bullshit, as demonstrated by screenshots of their articles posted both above and below.
Between grammar issues so blatant that a drunken third grader would easily notice them, to the utterly ridiculous claims, the point here should be extremely clear: If you're looking for reliable news, EUTimes is not the place to find it.
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