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Monthly Archives: November, 2021

IOM scales up aid at EU-Belarus border, as migrant hypothermia deaths tick up  

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) and partners, are scaling up aid along the border between the European Union and Belarus, amid worsening winter weather, which is leading to rising deaths due to hypothermia among asylum seekers stranded there. 

12 online fraudsters arrested in global operation against counterfeiters

Operation In Our Sites also led to the seizure of €2.6 million worth of counterfeit goods and half a million euro in cash From 1...

Kyrgyzstan lacks voter engagement to parliamentary elections, OSCE says

Kyrgyzstan’s parliamentary elections competitive but lacked meaningful voter engagement, international observers say BISHKEK, 29 November 2021 – Kyrgyzstan’s parliamentary elections were competitive, but they lacked...

EMA: update MEPs on COVID-19 vaccines and treatments

MEPs will quiz EMA Executive Director Emer Cooke on the latest developments regarding COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics in the EU.
Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety

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Diversity: Parliament sets milestones towards a more inclusive administration

Parliament’s leadership adopts a roadmap for an inclusive approach to matters relating to disability, sexual orientation and anti-racism in its administration.

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Opening keynote by President von der Leyen at the European Hydrogen Week 2021

Thank you very much Bart, Ladies and Gentlemen, Let me welcome you all – both here in Brussels and online – to the European Hydrogen Week....

In Chile, everything for lithium, at the expense of the environment

After solar radiation, the yellowish liquid contains lithium. © Marion Esnault/Reporterre Animals, plants, water… In Chile, life is disappearing as a result of lithium mining. One...

Still ‘not clear’ whether Omicron COVID variant is more transmissible or more severe than Delta: WHO

The World Health Organization published on Sunday an update on the science regarding the new coronavirus variant Omicron which is causing global concern and sparking increasing flight bans on Southern African countries.

Final preparations in Cyprus for Pope’s visit

Vatican News By Nathan Morley, in Nicosia Final preparations are being completed in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia ahead of a visit by Pope Francis...

Migrants face uncertainty at Belarus-Polish border – Vatican News

By Stefan J. BosThree specially chartered planes have now returned 1,000 migrants from Belarus to Iraq. Most of those returned were Iraqi and Syrian Kurds...

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