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Merkel urged all EU members to solidarity on taking migrants | March 1, 2018

German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged the EU member states to make their contribution in order to help to cope with the big inflow of migrants, to strengthen external borders and to join the solution of the problems forcing people to migrate.

Two Ukrainians are jailed in Britain for migrant smuggling | February 28, 2018

Portsmouth Crown Court sentenced two Ukrainians to imprisonment for migrant smuggling.

Council of Europe receives proposals concerning human rights protection in Crimea | February 26, 2018

The proposals were submitted on February 26, 2018, the Day of Crimea’s Resistance to Russian Occupation.

EU toughens sanctions against North Korea | February 26, 2018

The Council of the European Union toughens sanctions against North Korea in accordance to the resolution of the UN Security Council.

UN Security Council voted for truce in Syria | February 26, 2018

UN Security Council supported the resolution unanimously demanding the 30-day ceasefire in order to render medical and humanitarian assistance to the victims of the conflict.

UN: one in five children is sexual violence victim | February 26, 2018

Sexual violence was experienced by 18 percent of children worldwide.

Ukraine starts its 3-year membership in UN Human Rights Council | February 26, 2018

Today, Ukraine started its 3-year membership in the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.

Climate change will cause more conflicts – UN | February 19, 2018

The consequences of global climate change on the planet, as well as the other environmental problems become the catalysts of conflict situations more and more.

UN criticizes Hungary’s new anti-immigration bill | February 19, 2018

The United Nations has criticized the new anti-immigration bill submitted in Hungary.

Nearly 3,500 civilians died in Afghanistan last year – UN | February 15, 2018

In 2017, more than 10,000 civilians were killed or wounded as the result of violent acts in Afghanistan.