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Monthly Archives: March, 2022

Ukraine: Second UN convoy reaches Sumy, Mariupol access thwarted

UN humanitarian agencies and partners on the ground in Ukraine, were able to reach the town of Sumy, in the country’s northeast on Thursday, but access to the besieged and stricken city of Mariupol, where thousands of civilians are believed to have died amidst the brutal Russian bombardment, has yet to be given.

Vladimir Putin confirms he will demand payment for Russian gas in rubles

On Thursday, the Russian president said he had signed a decree requiring foreign buyers to pay in rubles for Russian gas deliveries from Friday...

Filippo Di Nardo, nicknamed “The Godfather of boxing gloves” dissociates himself from the English line of sportswear

TORINO, ITALY, March 31, 2022 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- We inform you that Filippo Di Nardo is no longer associated with the sportswear department, in fact he has never been, clothing and equipment have always been two things completely different from each …

‘Little Book of Joy’ children’s book coming this fall

A picture-book edition of a bestseller co-authored by the Nobel Peace Prize winners the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu will be published this fall.

Việt Nam, Germany agree to further develop cooperation

VIETNAM, March 31 -   Party General Secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng held phone talks with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz yesterday. — VNA/VNS Photo  HÀ NỘI — Party General...

Antitrust: unannounced inspections in the natural gas sector in Germany

the European Commission carried out unannounced inspections at the premises of several companies in Germany active in the supply, transmission and storage of natural gas.

Circular Economy: Commission proposes new consumer rights and a ban on greenwashing

Today, the Commission is proposing to update the EU consumer rules to empower consumers. The rules will strengthen consumer protection against untrustworthy or false environmental claims, banning ‘greenwashing' and practices misleading consumers about the durability of a product.

Ukraine war: Russia used cluster weapons at least 24 times, says UN’s Bachelet

Credible reports indicate that Russian armed forces have used cluster munitions in populated areas of Ukraine, at least two dozen times since they invaded on 24 February, UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet said on Wednesday.

Ukraine: UNESCO’s response to children’s education needs

Since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, more than 4 million people have fled the country - two million of them, are children. As the UN agency mandated to coordinate and lead on global education, UNESCO is carefully mapping exactly how host countries are supporting and providing education, to help keep young Ukrainian refugees on track - their lives totally upended in a matter of weeks.

CPJ joins statement welcoming Council of Europe action against abusive lawsuits

The Committee to Protect Journalists joined other civil society groups and press freedom organizations in a joint statement on Wednesday welcoming recent steps by the Council...

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