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First World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue will be held in Baku | April 8, 2011

From April 7 to 9 in Baku, participants of the First World Forum on Intercultural Dialogue will discuss new humanitarian guidelines in international relations.

UN condemns Qur'an burning in US | April 8, 2011

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the repeated desecration of the holy Qur'an in a US church amid an explosion of anger among Muslims in the region.

OSCE chairman concerned about Belarus’s growing self-isolation | April 6, 2011

Belarus is becoming a more and more closed country, OSCE Chairman, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Audronius Azubalis thinks.

Italy-Tunisia Reach Migration Agreement | April 6, 2011

Because of the migrant influx from Tunisia, Italian authorities had to make concessions. After regular negotiations with the government of the North African country, it was decided to issue permits for temporary stay to about 20 thousand migrants.

OSCE delegation visiting Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan | April 6, 2011

On Monday April 4, President Emomali Rahmon received a group of visiting OSCE ambassadors.

People’s deputies and journalists will discuss racism and xenophobia in Lugansk | April 5, 2011

On April 15, a meeting of the International “Round Table” will be held in Lugansk, the subject of which will be “Racism, xenophobia and neo-Nazism in the modern world”. This was stated today at the press-conference by the First Deputy Chairman of the Luhansk Regional Council, Eugene Kharin.

Kiev is warned about activities of extreme right-wing organizations among football fans | April 4, 2011

uthors of the report, which was prepared with the assistance of the UEFA, have revealed nearly 200 incidents of racism during football in Poland and Ukraine.

UN: Lampedusa situation 'critical' after migrant influx | April 4, 2011

The situation on Lampedusa is "critical" after some 5,000 Tunisian migrants have landed on the Italian island in recent days, the UN refugee agency says.

Côte d'Ivoire: UN accuses warring sides in violence | April 4, 2011

UN accused pro-Outtarra forces of mass killings that happened in western town of Duekoue.

MIA: most crimes committed against foreign citizens do not show evidence of racism or xenophobia | April 1, 2011

Most crimes committed against foreign citizens are of general criminal character and do not show evidence of racism or xenophobia.