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First Person: Journeys of resilience across war-torn Ukraine

Manfred Profazi, who is based in Vienna, Austria, has been touring some of the regions in Ukraine which have been most seriously affected by...

Renewable energy: MEPs strike deal with Council to boost use of green energy | News | European Parliament

MEPs and the Swedish Presidency of the Council informally agreed to raise the share of renewables in the EU’s final energy consumption to 42.5%...

MEPs approve revised rules on product safety in Europe

MEPs endorsed the revised rules on product safety of non-food consumer products

New EU measures against money laundering and terrorist financing

MEPs approved stricter rules to close existing gaps in combating money laundering, terrorist financing and evasion of sanctions in the EU.

Ukraine: End war so children can ‘regain their childhoods’

Some 13 months of often brutal fighting and attacks on civilians since Russia’s large-scale invasion of Ukraine began, have left millions displaced, with key...

How the EU reduces greenhouse gases besides CO2

Find out how the EU works to reduce emissions from greenhouse gases besides CO2.
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Georgian Patriarch Asks Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew for Mediation in Kiev Lavra Dispute

Georgian Patriarch Ilia II has sent a letter to Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew urging him to mediate to "reduce tensions" between the government in Kiev and the leadership of the...

Belgium is expected to officially recognise Buddhism

Belgium is expected to officially recognise Buddhism after the federal government approves a draft Law on March 17

Pakistan Forced Conversion situation

Every year, human rights estimate that several hundred minor girls are forcibly married in Pakistan. While this is an issue that affects minor girls from all communities, girls from religious minorities are particularly vulnerable. Several reports also found that the minor girls were also forcibly converted to Islam

Survey Reveals Increased Eco-Consciousness and Spending Trends among Muslims during Ramadan

Global market research company TGM Research has unveiled the findings of its comprehensive 2023 survey, highlighting Muslim consumers' behaviors and sentiments during the holy month of Ramadan.
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