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EU Greens Nicolae Ștefănuță’s Bitter-Sweet Victory in Pollution Battle

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In a landmark move, the European Union has taken a significant step towards addressing the pressing issue of air pollution. Late this evening, a...
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EIB Provides €115 Million Backing for Major ETZ Hospital Renewal Project...

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BRUSSELS - The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed off on €100 million in financing to support a comprehensive modernization program by the Elisabeth-TweeSteden...
Navigating the Complexities of Modern Web Development

Navigating the Complexities of Modern Web Development

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Web development stands as a cornerstone in today’s digital era. Its importance escalates as the world increasingly interacts online. This blog dives into...
European Parliament wants to end impunity of reckless driving | News

European Parliament wants to end impunity of reckless driving | News

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Currently, if a driver loses their licence following a traffic offence in a different EU country to the one which issued their licence,...
Support to Ukraine, response to farmer’s concerns: MEPs review latest EU summits | News

Support to Ukraine, response to farmer’s concerns: MEPs review latest EU...

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“Determination, unity and leadership” is the message, European Council President Charles Michel said, sent by the EU with its latest decisions on Ukraine...
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New rules to promote standard-setting innovation in new technologies

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The Legal Affairs Committee adopted on Wednesday, with 13 votes for, no votes against and 10 abstentions, its position on new rules to support...
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Time to criminalise hate speech and hate crime under EU law

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The Council should adopt a decision to include hate speech and hate crime among criminal offences within the meaning of Article 83(1) TFEU (so-called...
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The Changing Faces of Faith in France

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The religious landscape in France has undergone profound diversification since the 1905 law on the separation of church and state, according to an article...
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Measles and rubella elimination: verification process continues amid COVID-19 pandemic

Public health systems and independent national verification committees in countries of the WHO European Region have shown continued commitment to measles and rubella elimination even with the COVID-19 pandemic creating an extraordinary burden on health systems.

19,359 days spreading and creating smiles even more during challenging times

It was Saturday 12th August in 1967, in the Canary Islands, Spain, that L. Ron Hubbard formed what is known as the Sea Organization, which was created and operated from a ship, and from that its name.

Azerbaijan response to COVID-19: better testing and contact tracing are key

Azerbaijan should strengthen contact tracing and testing to further boost its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a team of WHO experts has recommended after visiting the country. The second team of WHO experts to visit Azerbaijan since the pandemic started, it also noted the country’s achievements in responding to the outbreak.

Fostering self-sufficiency: FUNDAEC encourages local food production

As the ramifications of the global health crisis intensify, FUNDAEC is spearheading the development of local food production initiatives with a view to the future.

FoRB Publications launches new book of Rosita Šorytė, on NRMs and the Pandemic

New religious movements are rarely given credit for their humanitarian work. A case in point is the Church of Scientology during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Opponents used the epidemic as an opportunity to accuse Scientology of spreading conspiracy theories and not respecting anti-virus precautions.

Turkmen Court Sentences Brothers Eldor and Sanjarbek Saburov to Two Years in Prison

On August 6, 2020, a Turkmen court sentenced Brothers Eldor and Sanjarbek Saburov to two years in prison for their conscientious objection to military service. The siblings are 21 and 25 years old, respectively. The court refused the brothers’ request to appeal. This is the second time both were convicted for their neutrality.

“Making cities belong to those who work to build them”: Baha’i Chair in India looks at urbanization

Baha’i Chair in India invites economists and academics to examine how new conceptions of human nature can enhance long-term approaches to urban development.

Leaving No Roma behind during a pandemic, and beyond: a UN Resident Coordinator’s Blog

Leaving No Roma behind during a pandemic, and beyond: a UN Resident Coordinator’s Blog

COVID-19: UN chief outlines path to recovery in Southeast Asia

COVID-19: UN chief outlines path to recovery in Southeast Asia

Six Baha’is imprisoned by the Houthis freed in Yemen

BIC calls for the lifting of all charges and safeguarding of the rights of all Baha’is in Yemen.
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