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On 11 June 2015, the EU and Tajikistan held the seventh round of their annual Human Rights Dialogue, which took place in Brussels for the first time.

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Leaders from the EU and the Latin American and Caribbean Countries met in the context of the EU-CELAC summit in Brussels to discuss ways to deepen their ties and forge a partnership for the next generation.

Kayin State has been suffering from on-going conflicts between armed groups and the government. These conflicts have resulted in many injuries from land-mines and very poor living conditions especially in remote villages where malaria and diarrhoea have been difficult to treat due to lack of basic health care.

You are invited to a background press briefing on the EU-Cuba negotiations, at the EEAS building, Rond-Point Schuman 9, Monday 15 June at 11h00.

Due to limited space, please confirm if you will be able to attend toDelphine.lievremont@eeas.europa.eu

Accreditation for this briefing will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

At least 150 people have been executed in Pakistan since December 2014, when the government lifted a moratorium on executions in place since 2008. This represents a major step backwards in Pakistan's record on human rights. And this morning Aftab Bahadur was executed. His petition, alleging his juvenile status at the time of the crime and torture while in custody to extract a confession, was not given due consideration. 

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