ts controversial chairman Thorbjoern Jagland in a move unprecedented in the history of the award. The committee, which said the former Norwegian prime minister would remain as a committee member, gave no reason for its decision. However the renowned diplomat ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
THE WORLD OVER: Nobel Peace panel demotes its head - Himalayan times, 2 months ago
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:32 Council of Europe chief Thorbjoern Jagland on Wednesday urged Armenia and Turkey to reestablish relations, speaking in Yerevan ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. "If there is a chance of returning to the 2009 ...Naharnet, 1 month ago Council of Europe urges Armenia, Turkey to reestablish relations Middle East Eye, 1 month ago
An international forum called "Against Genocide Crime" kicked off Wednesday in Yerevan, capital of Armenia, as an event to commemorate the centenary of the Armenian Genocide. The forum plans to study a wide range of issues concerning genocide as a ...China.org.cn, 1 month ago
Let not him who puts on his armour boast like the one who takes it off 1 Kings 20:11 THE story of Swede Alfred Bernhard Nobel is commonplace, though the x-generation might be more familiar with that of his younger compatriot, star-footballer, ...Nigerian Tribune, 1 month ago
It is a seemingly endless source of controversy: the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD), a far-right group purportedly behind recent protests in Tröglitz. DW looks at a running attempt to have the party banned. ...Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago
font size decrease font size increase font size Rate this item (0 votes) File photo. shutterstock.com SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA is playing host to a two-day international conference on organ trafficking, which started yesterday in the ...EuroWeeklyNews, 1 month ago
Fourteen European nations signed Wednesday in Spain the first ever international treaty to fight human organ trafficking, a business that generates over one billion dollars in illegal profits worldwide every year. The agreement would make it ...Expatica Spain, 1 month ago
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Strasbourg (France) (AFP) - Starting Wednesday nations will be able to sign what backers say is the first ever international treaty to take on human organ trafficking. The agreement would make it illegal to take organs from people living or dead ...Yahoo! News, 1 month ago
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