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"We strongly condemn the recent execution of Aliaksandr Hrunou, who was sentenced to death by the Supreme Court of Belarus in April 2014. This is the third execution to take place in Belarus this year.

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"The approval of the construction of 500 new housing units in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Ramat Shlomo decided by the Israeli Interior Ministry's District Committee for Planning and Construction in Jerusalem risks to jeopardize the on-going efforts to resume a diplomatic process.

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"The approval of the construction of 500 new housing units in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Ramat Shlomo decided by the Israeli Interior Ministry's District Committee for Planning and Construction in Jerusalem risks to jeopardize the on-going efforts to resume a diplomatic process.

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"We strongly condemn the recent execution of Aliaksandr Hrunou, who was sentenced to death by the Supreme Court of Belarus in April 2014. This is the third execution to take place in Belarus this year.

We are conscious of the serious nature of the crimes for which Mr Hrunou was convicted. Nevertheless, the European Union opposes capital punishment as it cannot be justified under any circumstances. The death penalty is a cruel and inhumane punishment, which fails to act as a deterrent and represents an unacceptable denial of human dignity and integrity.

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The European Union will continue and is ready to step up the support for the current peace process in Colombia. High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini confirmed it today when she met Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, her first bilateral meeting in Brussels since the start of her mandate. HR/VP Mogherini and President Santos had met previously in August in Bogota at his inauguration.

"We condemn in the strongest terms the brutal terrorist attack on Sunday evening at the Wagah border station near Lahore in Pakistan.

This was a barbaric and meaningless act, killing mainly civilians including many women and children. The EU offers its condolences to the bereaved, and our thoughts are with the many injured and their families.

The EU will continue to support Pakistan in its difficult struggle against terrorism."

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« Nous continuons de suivre les événements au Burkina Faso avec préoccupation. Dans un moment crucial pour l'avenir du pays, nous appelons en particulier au sens de la responsabilité de toutes les forces militaires et de sécurité afin qu'elles assurent la sécurité de la population ainsi que les droits fondamentaux des Burkinabés, y compris celui de manifester pacifiquement.

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