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Monthly Archives: August, 2022

Onset of northern winter could see spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations, deaths

Although COVID-19 deaths have decreased across the world, numbers could rise as northern countries head into winter, senior officials from UN health agency WHO have warned. 

Ukraine: IAEA experts arrive in Zaporizhzhia ahead of mission to nuclear plant

Experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) arrived in the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia on Wednesday

European Union suspends visa facilitation agreement for Russians

EU foreign ministers agree to suspend visa facilitation agreement for Russians

Gorbachev: “We have to renounce the politics of force”

To mark the passing on 30 August of Mikhail Gorbachev, who was praised by many for his role in bringing the Cold War to a peaceful end, we are republishing an interview from his visit.

Common Agricultural Policy 2023-2027: the Commission approves the first CAP strategic plans

The new common agricultural policy is key to securing the future of agriculture and forestry, as well as achieving the objectives of the European...

Potential Long-Term Treatment for Asthma Discovered

Asthma is a disease that can cause your airways narrow and swell as well as produce additional mucus. Rather than merely treating its symptoms,...

Pakistan: WHO warns of significant health risks as floods continue

Major health risks are unfolding in Pakistan as unprecedented flooding continues, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported on Wednesday, warning of the threat of further spread of malaria, dengue fever and other water and vector-borne diseases.

In India, youth is key to integrity, peace, health and sustainable development

New Delhi (India), 31 August 2022 - Youth, children and adolescents comprise the core of India’s 1.3 billion strong population. Over 27 percent of...

Raging Sons tell you to breathe easy, and you do

I can predict without any backoff that Raging Sons will soon be one of the greatest rising bands on the European scene

CEC president highlights churches’ vision for reconciliation and unity in Karlsruhe

President of CEC Rev. Christian Krieger delivered greetings at the World Council of Churches (WCC) 11th Assembly, welcoming the global ecumenical community in Europe with a hope that the assembly will “empower churches to strengthen their vision of reconciliation and unity, in our fractured world today.”

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