Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias’ intervention at the Plenary Session of Parliament during the debate and voting on the Draft Law on the Ratification of the Greece-France Agreement (07.10.2021)

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias’ intervention at the Plenary Session of Parliament during the debate and voting of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ draft law: “Ratification of the Agreement between the Government of the Hellenic Republic and …

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UN Migration Agency Condemns Killing Of Illegal Immigrants In Libyan Detention Centre

TRIPOLI– The International Organisation for Migration (IOM), yesterday condemned the killing of illegal immigrants, in a detention centre in the Libyan capital Tripoli. “IOM condemns Friday’s senseless killing and the use of live rounds, against migrants protesting the appalling conditions in detention,” IOM said in a statement. Six were killed and at least 24 others […]

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Nearly 97 Percent Of Voters Vote “Yes” For Ethiopia’s 11th Region

ADDIS ABABA– Nearly 97 percent of voters in a local referendum, held on Sept 30, approved a proposal to create Ethiopia’s 11th region, the National Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) disclosed yesterday. The NEBE disclosed, out of 1,262,679 votes cast, 1,221,092 votes approved the proposal to create the new region, which will be called the […]

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Child Marriage Kills More Than 60 Girls A Day

FAIRFIELD, Conn— More than an estimated 22,000 girls a year are dying from pregnancy and childbirth resulting from child marriage, new analysis from Save the Children released on International Day of the Girl reveals. With the highest rate of child marriage in the world, West and Central Africa account for nearly half (9,600) of all […]

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Tackling the infodemic using conversational insights – Case Study of UNICEF Response in MENA

Due to numerous socio-economic and cultural factors, the infodemic surrounding COVID-19 in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) hindered efforts towards curbing the spread of the disease which ultimately could have saved lives. International organizations such as UNICEF, WHO, and the International Commission of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) […]

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