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EU at forefront of global humanitarian response: €1.5 billion for 2022

Humanitarian crises around the world continue to rise. While conflicts and violence are the source of major humanitarian needs, the situation is increasingly being...

Bid farewell to David Sassoli, President of the European Parliament

A friend of David Sassoli, Cardinal Matteo Zuppi presided over the celebration in the Roman Basilica of Saint Mary of the Angels and Martyrs. The...

Churches hit as Myanmar military escalates attacks, while claiming to support Christians

Myanmar's military rulers have continually targeted churches and civilians in predominantly Christian regions where thousands of people have been displaced since their coup on Feb. 1 last year.

Ukraine hit by ‘massive’ cyber-attack on government websites

The attack came Friday amid high military and diplomatic tensions with Russia. Ukraine has suffered several cyber-attacks in recent years, including against critical infrastructure. About...

UK Borders Bill increases risks of discrimination, human rights violations

A new bill being debated by lawmakers in the United Kingdom increases the risk of discrimination and “serious human rights violations” and breaches the country's obligations under international law, five independent UN human rights experts said on Friday.

UN rights office warns against rising hate speech in Western Balkans

Authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in neighbouring Serbia, must condemn and refrain from any advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred, the UN human rights office, OHCHR, said on Friday. 
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