Marijuana: the other “pandemic” in Europe

At a time the main focus of all the sectors of the society is on the COVID pandemic, there is another insidious problem developing covertly: the drug. If the pandemic…

Regions request support from the EU and demand to have a voice in Brussels, with “Sign it Europe”

“The initiative was started by the Seklers of Transylvania, though it concerns not only them but many other national regions of the EU”, says their website. The minority regions of…

From Afghanistan to France: Islamism attacks schools and kills teachers

On 17 October, a teacher at a middle school in a town northwest of Paris was beheaded on the street outside of his school. He was assassinated for facilitating a discussion with his students about caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad during his civic education class, which is in conformity with the National Education curriculum. Police shot his killer to death sometime later that same day. French President Emmanuel Macron denounced the killing an “Islamist terrorist attack”, as it appears that the killer was carrying out a sort of fatwa launched against this teacher on social media.

Purdue pharma accepts ‘criminally guilty’ for the misconduct on opioids

Justice Department Announces Global Resolution of Criminal and Civil Investigations with Opioid Manufacturer Purdue Pharma and Civil Settlement with Members of the Sackler Family Today, the Department of Justice announced…

France: The proposed ‘law on separatisms’ should not target religion

The proposed ‘law on separatisms’ announced by the President of the Republic and the Minister of the Interior should not target Islam as a religion, but should instead tackle political Islam, in particular Salafism, and its organisations such as the Muslim Brotherhood and its satellite associations.

Jaswant Singh Khalra Memorial Lecture 2020

Jaswant Singh Karlra Memorial Lecture 2020

Sanctions and Human Rights: towards a European framework to address human rights violations and abuses worldwide

Sanctions and Human Rights: towards a European framework to address human rights violations and abuses worldwide

NGOs accuse Irak saying that “Êzîdî culture is under threat of extinction and erasure from history”

The agreement of October 9, 2020 between the regional government surrounding the KDP and the Iraqi central government is another basis for the continuation of the genocide of August 3, 2014

Human rights breaches in Eritrea, Nicaragua and Saudi Arabia

Human rights breaches in Eritrea, Nicaragua and Saudi Arabia

Trafficking in persons and other contemporary forms of enslavement is a worldwide problem, COMECE

Statement of the Secretary General of COMECE on the eve of the EU Anti-Trafficking Day Trafficking in persons and other contemporary forms of enslavement are a worldwide problem that needs to…

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