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Launch of EU-funded programme: Innovating Jogja

A new programme called Innovating Jogja was launched in Yogyakarta on 19 July 2016, aiming to foster innovation activities through the engagement of a wide range of stakeholders. The initiative is supported by the Indonesian Ministry of Industry, BNI Bank, universities and business in Yogyakarta, as well as the European Union.

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Mme Federica Mogherini, haute représentante de l'Union pour les affaires étrangères et la politique de sécurité et vice-présidente de la Commission européenne, a rencontré ce jour le vice-ministre koweïtien des affaires étrangères, M. Khaled Al-Jarallah, afin de procéder à un échange de vues sur la situation dans la région, notamment en Iraq et en Syrie.

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High Representative Federica Mogherini gathered EU foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday for the monthly Foreign Affairs Council: recent events in Turkey and the tragic attack in Nice featured high on the agenda of the meeting.

High Representative Federica Mogherini and Kuwaiti Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Khalid Al-Jarallah today signed a Cooperation Arrangement between the European External Action Service (EEAS) and the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which aims to increase the number of exchanges between officials and promote regular political dialogue and concrete cooperation initiatives.

The verdict that a Bahraini court issued to dissolve Al Wefaq political society and to liquidate its assets is the last of a series of worrying developments in the country. The EU expects this judgment to be reversed.

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Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of European Commission met today with Kuwaiti Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Khalid Al-Jarallah to exchange views on the situation in the region in particular in Iraq and Syria.

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Avant 2000, les conditions de détention dans les cachots de l’Ituri étaient peu respectueuses de droits. Les Officiers de Police Judicaire peu formés ne respectaient ni les droits des prévenus ni les conditions de détention. La situation s’est améliorée, bien qu’on observe un écart entre le cadre juridique, satisfaisant, et les mauvaises pratiques sur terrain. La garde à vue est un objet de conflit entre OPJ et hiérarchie; les immixtions des autorités un enjeu. La formation, les contrôles judiciaires et le monitoring des cachots ameliorent la situation dans certains territoires, dont Mahagi.

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