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OSCE Permanent Council No 1172, Vienna, 18 January 2018: EU Statement on human rights violations concerning the Memorial Human Rights Centre in Russia

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1172-е заседание Постоянного совета ОБСЕ, Вена, 18 января 2018 г.: Заявление ЕС в связи с нарушениями прав человека представителей Правозащитного центра «Мемориал» в России

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The Gambian Government in close partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the World Food Programme (WFP) on 8 June 2017 launched a project aimed at contributing to the reduction of food insecurity and malnutrition in The Gambia.

The report published today, January 19, jointly by the European Commission and the European External Action Service shows the positive impact of the European Union's duty-rebate schemes on developing economies.

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Այսօր, հունվարի 19-ին, հրապարակվել է Եվրոպական հանձնաժողովի եւ Եվրոպական արտաքին գործերի ծառայության համատեղ զեկույցը, որում ներկայացված է Եվրոպական միության մաքսատուրքերի չվճարման սխեմաների դրական ազդեցությունը զարգացող երկրների տնտեսության վրա:

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A Delegação da União Europeia lança o 8º Concurso de Monografias da União Europeia destinado a estudantes brasileiros e estrangeiros matriculados em Universidades/Faculdades brasileiras, ou instituições Brasileiras de Ensino Superior.

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A new report shows the positive impact of the European Union's duty-rebate trade deals on developing economies.

PALAEOSILKROAD is a multi-disciplinary archaeological project aiming to discover Paleolithic sites in the Inner Asian Mountain Corridor and test the hypothesis that Pleistocene dispersals correlated with climatic pulses during the last Glacial Cycle (ca. 110 000 - 15 000 years ago). The project will discover new sites in the Tian Shan, Dzhungar, and southern Altai foothills (Kazakhstan) and use them to examine if and how 1) humans were able to survive in the foothills throughout the last glacial cycle (ca. 110-11 500 years ago), and 2) periodic advances of mountain glaciers motivated dispersals, population segmentation, and behavioural adaptations.
The project is financed under the Horizon 2020 program.

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