EP deputies supported a joint Russian and European forum to discuss scientific studies of
the released-activity phenomenon.
On the 21 February, in European Parliament an international
conference was held. “Released-activity phenomenon: application
More than 120 workers for Britain’s leading charities were accused of sexual abuse in the past year alone, fuelling fears that paedophiles are targeting overseas aid organisations.
However Priti Patel claims...
Viribus News' Southern Asian correspondent reports:
The Philippines have formally rejected €6.1 million in aid from the European Union (EU).
It was confirmed by the EU ambassador to the Philippines, Franz...
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