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Tragedy in Confinement: The Death of Alexei Navalny Stirs Global Outcry

The sudden death of Alexei Navalny, Russia's most prominent opposition figure and a vocal critic of President Vladimir Putin, has sent shockwaves through the international community and Russia itself. Navalny, known for his relentless...

EU Takes Strides Towards Cleaner Seas: Stricter Measures to Combat Shipping Pollution

In a bid to fortify maritime safety and environmental protection, European Union negotiators have clinched an informal agreement to impose stringent measures to combat pollution from ships in European seas. The deal, encompassing a...

Canonization of Mama Antula, Argentina’s First Saint Woman Unites Leaders of Diverse Religions

Leaders from different religions came together to witness the canonization of Argentina's first saint, Saint Mama Antula. This historic event showcased the strength of interreligious dialogue and mutual respect. With high-level political figures and ecclesiastical authorities in attendance, the ceremony symbolized unity and celebrated a woman whose faith left a lasting impact. The event, broadcasted live, served as a powerful reminder of how faith can unite people around common values and aspirations. Pope Francis, known for his dedication to interreligious dialogue, continues to promote peace and inclusivity.

European Parliament Adopts Resolution Against Norway’s Deep-Sea Mining in the Arctic

Brussels. The Deep Sea Conservation Coalition (DSCC), Environmental Justice Foundation (EJF), Greenpeace, Seas at Risk (SAR), Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) have expressed their appreciation for the...

Malta begins its OSCE Chairpersonship with a vision for strengthening resilience and enhancing security

VIENNA, 25 January 2024 – The OSCE Chair-in-Office, Minister for Foreign and European Affairs and Trade of Malta Ian Borg, presented the country’s vision for its 2024 Chairpersonship at the inaugural session of the...

Seamless Sojourns in Europe, Unlocking the Secrets of the Schengen Area

In the web of integration, the Schengen zone shines as a symbol of liberty and solidarity dismantling borders and granting European Union (EU) citizens the precious privilege of travelling without passports. Since its inception,...

A Breakthrough for Inclusivity, the EU Disability Card

In a groundbreaking move towards inclusivity, the Employment and Social Affairs Committee of the European Parliament has unanimously adopted a proposal for an EU Disability Card, aiming to facilitate the free movement of persons...

Camels, Crowns, and a Cosmic GPS… 3 wise kings

Once upon a time in a land not far from our wildest imaginations there existed an annual celebration of immense magnificence involving not just one or two but three esteemed kings. This was no...

EU’s Big Move for a Cleaner Future: €2 Billion for Green Energy

Exciting news from the European Union! They've recently invested a €2 billion in some fantastic projects to promote cleaner energy and make our planet greener. Can you believe it? €2 billion! It's like hitting...

In Russia, Jehovah’s Witnesses are the most persecuted religion, with 127 prisoners as of January 1, 2024

As of January 1, 2024, 127 Jehovah’s Witnesses were in prison in Russia for practising their faith in private homes, according to the last update of the database of religious prisoners of Human Rights...

MEPs can get circa 18000€ monthly, A Closer Look Beyond the Numbers

As Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) navigate the complexities of legislating for the European Union, scrutinizing the financial aspects of their compensation becomes imperative when knowing they can get circa 18000 euros monthly...

Unveiling the Democratic Dance of the European Parliament Elections 2024

Electrifying Europe: Unveiling the Democratic Dance of the European Parliament Elections 2024

10th Edition of Religious Freedom Awards announces new book

December 15, 2023, witnessed the tenth edition of the Religious Freedom Awards, which are given annually by the Foundation for the Improvement of Life, Culture and Society (Fundacion MEJORA), linked to the Church of...

Jingle All the Way to Europe’s Festive Feast: The Top 3 Yuletide Delicacies!

Get ready to indulge in Europe's mouthwatering holiday treats! From gingerbread houses to mulled wine, the festive season is filled with scrumptious delights. Join us as we explore the top 5 yuletide delicacies that will make your taste buds jingle with joy!

Editrice Vaticana presented a book on Mama Antula, the new Argentinean saint

Published in Italian by the prestigious Editrice Vaticana, the book illuminates the life and work of María Antonia de Paz y Figueroa, known as Mama Antula, who will be canonized on February 11, 2024,...

French anti-cult law proposes to criminalise natural health

Vote on 19 December will decide the future of alternative medicine in France. Next week in France, the parliament will decide whether or not to support a law that grants authorities the power to criminalise...

Concert at the European Parliament: Omar Harfouch plays his new composition for world peace

Event this Tuesday evening at the European Commission in Brussels. Omar Harfouch, who has been in the news in recent weeks following his acquisition of Entrevue magazine, has shown that he has several strings...

Leonardo Pereznieto, Maestro of Realism, Mentor to over 1 Million

Discover the hyperrealist art of Leonardo Pereznieto, whose technically masterful and emotionally resonant works captivate viewers worldwide.

Human Rigths Day, Do not forget the thousands of Ukrainian children kidnapped and deported by Russia

On UN Human Rights Day, 10 December, thousands of Ukrainian children kidnapped and deported by Russia, whose parents are desperately searching for a way to get them home should not be forgotten by the...

Spaces of Respect, Bridge-Builder Promotes Religious Minorities Dialogue at European Parliament

Lahcen Hammouch emphasizes the importance of a respectful space for religious minorities to express their beliefs transparently within a democratic framework.

Freedom Of Religion, There Is Something Rotten in France’s Mind

In France, the Senate is working on a bill to "reinforce the fight against cultic deviances", but its content seems to pose serious problems for experts in freedom of religion or belief

Honoring Tina Turner’s Birthday, A Rock Legacy

Celebrate Tina Turner, the iconic "Queen of Rock," on her 84th birthday. From her hits to her comeback album, she has left a lasting impact on rock music.

NY 75 Commitment promotes rescue of original meaning of the UDHR

A commitment to rescue the original meaning of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) emerged at the United Nations (UN) headquarters endorsed by more than 200 political and civic leaders from 40 countries...

“Russian oligarch” or not, EU may still be after you following “leading businessperson” rebranding

Following its full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, Russia has been subject to arguably the most comprehensive and severe sanctions ever imposed on any nation. The European Union, once Russia’s biggest trading partner,...

How raising a child with Autism helped develop my faith and made my life better

Unesco’s observance of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) is around the corner. The day was established by the United Nations to promote and create awareness of “the benefits of an inclusive...
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