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The Ukrainian authorities must make real progress towards eliminating torture and other ill-treatment by law enforcement officials in line with the country’s international obligations, Amnesty International said ahead of the signing of
Multilateral development banks (MDBs) provided almost $27 billion worldwide in financing to address the challenges of climate change in 2012, according to the
Pakistan says approval of the GSP Plus reflects the commitment of the European Union to its relations with Pakistan. In a statement Foreign Office spokesman said Pakistan is grateful to all European institutions and members of the
The European Union has assured to continue to help Pakistan further strengthen electoral process and parliamentary democracy. The assurance was given by head of EU Mission Michael Gahler during a meeting with Secretary Law and
An Arabic version of the EU Immigration Portal, a website with information for prospective immigrants, was launched Thursday, a statement from the EU Embassy said. The site, ec.europa.eu/immigration, features hands-on information for foreign
Five years ago, the Puliamarathukottai area of Dindigul district in Tamil Nadu was steeped in backwardness, its terrain dry for large parts of the year, the soil rocky and infertile, and the villages pitch-dark after sunset.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a EUR 40 million long-term loan to SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited (SREI), with the main purpose of financing investments that will help to mitigate climate change in India. The
A group of 93 scientists from all over the world deplore the disinformation over the safety of GMOs and expose the lack of empirical and scientific evidence on which the false claims of “consensus” on safety are being made.
October 18 is EU anti-trafficking Day, and also marks the start of Switzerland’s first anti-trafficking week. The events aim to raise awareness of the trafficking of human beings, often called modern day slavery.