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Greece: European Union must consider ‘severe’ sanctions on Turkey

European Union leaders should impose "severe" economic sanctions on Turkey for a limited time if Ankara does not...

A Place of Refuge: Rome and Amsterdam

In recent years, hundreds of thousands of refugees have fled conflict, poverty and human rights abuses at home, arriving on the shores of the Mediterranean and Western Europe. Despite the difficulties they face, many...

EU should overturn Belgian law against kosher, halal slaughter – adviser

EU judges should strike down a Belgian law requiring all animals to be stunned prior to their death, which has effectively outlawed slaughter according to Jewish...

EU Reportedly Mulling Legal Action Against UK Over its Resolve to Rework Parts of the Brexit Deal

The European Union is reportedly considering taking legal action against the UK after the announced plans of Prime Minister Boris Johnson to override parts of the Withdrawal Agreement, The Telegraph reports. The UK government is...

China must make big leap before investment deal – EU

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Bible, It is not one book but a whole library of books

The Holy Bible is the word of God speaking to us.  It is not one book but a whole library of books.  There are two main parts the Old Testament and the New Testament....

2-2020 Call for Contributions European Union Capacity Building M

2-2020 Call for Contributions European Union Capacity Building Mission in Somalia (EUCAP Somalia)- Deadline for applications: Tuesday, 29 September 2020 at 17:00 (Brussels time)

Ireland regulator asks Facebook to stop sending EU users’ data to the US

The Irish Data Protection Commission has sent a preliminary order to Facebook requesting suspension of data transfers of European Union users’ data to the US, The Wall Street Journal reported. Nick Clegg Facebook V-P, Global...

International Democracy Week 2020: how democracy is dealing with COVID-19 | News | European Parliament

MEPs and representatives of institutions, governments and NGOs will gather on 14-17 September to debate the challenges the pandemic poses to democratic systems.
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Aung San Suu Kyi suspended from the Sakharov Prize Community | News | European Parliament

Parliament’s Conference of Presidents decided on Thursday to formally suspend Sakharov Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi from the Sakharov Prize Community.
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Cardinal calls for resettlement of asylum-seekers from Greek island

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — By Barbe Fraze - Hours after a fire or fires sent thousands of migrants and refugees fleeing their tents and makeshift container homes at the Moria camp on the Greek...

Global missionary efforts have taken a hit in the time of coronavirus

VATICAN CITY (RNS) — In a world marked by religious persecution and mounting secularism, being a missionary priest has never been easy. Add closed frontiers and social distancing caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and the...

Serious knowledge gaps must be bridged to battle deadly sepsis infections

Efforts to tackle sepsis, which can damage multiple organs and result in death, are hampered by “serious gaps in knowledge”, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, according to a report launch on Wednesday by the World Health Organization (WHO). 

‘Essential lessons’ from HIV fight can help coronavirus response, says UNAIDS

HIV fight - The study by UNAIDS, the UN agency working to stamp out HIV and AIDS, outlines how the world can leverage and build resilient health systems that address both pandemics.    A new report...

Science, solidarity and solutions needed against climate change: Guterres 

Concentrations of greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere are at record levels, and emissions that saw a temporary decline due to the pandemic are heading towards pre-COVID levels, while global temperatures continue to hit new highs, according to a major new UN report.

Greece: compounds overcrowding and COVID-19 challenges in refugee camp

Greece: Devasting fire compounds overcrowding and COVID-19 challenges in refugee camp Within a short span of time, three separate fires broke out at the Moria Reception and Identification Center (RIC) on the Greek island of...

Animal and Pet Food 2020 Global Market Demand, Growth Opportunities and Top Key Players Analysis Report

Animal and Pet Food 2020 Global Market Demand, Growth Opportunities and Top Key Players Analysis Report - Organic Food News Today - EIN News ...

Cardinal Hollerich: Europe’s identity in flames in Moria camp fire – Vatican News

By Gudrun Sailer & Linda Bordoni Moria camp was home to some 13,000 people - more than four times its stated capacity. Experts and aid workers have long criticised the cramped and unsanitary living conditions...

PM Borissov has not been invited to European Parliament’s LIBE committee meeting

The publicly circulated information that Prime Minister Boyko Borissov has been invited to the European Parliament for a debate on the rule of law in Bulgaria is categorically untrue. ...

EU says Britain must respect Brexit deal down to the letter

… EU headquarters in Brussels, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020. The European Union … EU headquarters in Brussels, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020. The European Union … BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is warning Britain...

EU leaders to call for an EU electronic ID by mid-2021

EU leaders will ask the European Commission later this month to develop an EU-wide public electronic identification system (e-ID) to access cross-border digital services, according to the draft summit conclusions seen by EURACTIV.com Strengthening Europe’s...

Covid-positive migrants sought after Greek camp burns down

The Greek island of Lesbos has been clamped under a state of emergency, as some 12,000 migrants are at large after a fire burned down their holding camp last night. And at least 35 of them are known to have tested positive for Covid-19.

European Union helps WFP provide life-saving assistance to vulnerable Yemenis

SANA’A – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) welcomes a EUR 45 million contribution from the European Union (EU) to provide vital food assistance to families in Yemen facing acute food shortages as...

Children’s lives at stake, COVID threatens to undo 30 years of ‘remarkable progress’

COVID-19 threatens to undo decades of hard-fought progress in reducing deaths of children under the age of five, UN agencies have warned, calling on countries to ensure vital health services for children and women do not falter amid the global crisis.
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