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Uitroepen van onze Wereldwijde Natie: Mahābhārata, op 15 mei 2014

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Op 15 mei jl. - de dag waarop we de verschijningsdag van Yahuwshua-ha-Masshiach (7 vChr), beter bekend als: Jezus de Messias, vieren - heeft onze Community of Peace onze Wereldwijde Natie: Mahābhārata, bij de Verenigde Naties te New York uitgeroepen. Onze community deed dit op grond van Artikel 20 van de Universele Verklaring van de Rechten van de Mens, die onderdeel uitmaakt van de Bill of Human Rights van de Vereningde Naties, welk verdrag volledig door de Nederlandse Staat is geratificeerd. Volgens Artikel 20, lid 2, mogen mensen niet worden... Lees Meer »

Raad Buitenlandse Zaken versoepelt reisverbod Wit-Russische minister van Buitenlandse Zaken

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In order to facilitate diplomatic contacts between the EU and Belarus, the Council today suspended the EU travel ban on Vladimir Makey, Belarusian Minister of Foreign Affairs. Mr Makey will remain on the list of persons subject to EU restrictive measures, but the visa ban will not be applied to him. This decision does not reflect any change in the EUs policy towards Belarus. The EU maintains its policy of critical engagement with Belarus, including its policy of sanctions, with a view to furthering the respect for human rights, the rule of l... Lees Meer »

Meer asielaanvragen EU

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The EU statistics office, Eurostat, said on Friday (22 March) the EU registered 330,000 asylum seekers in 2012, up from 302,000 applicants in 2011. Syrian nationals are now the second most common asylum seeker in Europe, with the war pushing over 1 million refugees into neighbouring countries. Afghans remain the top asylum applicants in the EU followed closely by Syrians, Russians, Pakistanis and Serbs. The United Nations agency for refugees (UNHCR) says nearly 22,000 Syrians applied for asylum in Europe last year. Last week, Germany announc... Lees Meer »

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