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Corruption, a lucrative business for the pharmaceutical industries

pharmaceutical - In August 2013, three months after Xi Jinping entered the Chinese government, a corruption scandal broke out in the national medical system, skilfully exercised by the multinational pharmaceutical companies based in that country

Sudan’s warring generals take ‘important first step’ on humanitarian protection

Volker Perthes – Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Sudan and Head of the UN Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in the country (UNITAMS) –...

Moura: Over 500 killed by Malian troops, foreign military personnel in 2022 operation

That’s according to a fact-finding report from the UN human rights office (OHCHR) released on Friday, on what the Malian authorities had described as an...

OECD says unemployment rate stable at record low of 4.8% in March 2023

OECD unemployment rate remained at 4.8% in March 2023, marking its third month at this record low since 2001 (Figure 1 and Table 1).

Paul Magdalino, Maria Mavroudi (ed). The Occult Sciences in Byzantium. La Pomme d’or S.A., Geneva 2006.

 Contents: Paul Magdalino, Maria Mavroudi: Introduction. Maria Mavroudi: Occult Sciences and Society in Byzantium: Considerations for Future Research. Katerina Ierodiakonou: The Byzantine Concept of Sympatheia and its Appropriation in Michael...

Cleric killed in Pakistan by mob following blasphemy accusation

Blasphemy, a mob in the city of Mardan, Pakistan, murdered a local cleric who was accused of making a blasphemous remark

Sudan violations in spotlight at UN Human Rights Council

The development comes after more than three weeks of fighting between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) loyal to General Abdel Fattah Al Burhan and...

Afghanistan: Rights experts alarmed over Taliban use of ‘brutal’ punishments

The urgent call from the ten Special Rapporteurs and members of the Working Group on discrimination against women and girls, came in response to...

Severe funding shortfalls could leave 200,000 Palestinians hungry

Unless donors meet the gap, 60 per cent of the people the agency assists in the Occupied Palestinian Territories will no longer be receiving...

UK: Keep calm and respect diversity, says UN expert

“I am deeply concerned about increased bias-motivated incidents of harassment, threats, and violence against LGBT people, including a rampant surge in hate crimes in...
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