Friday, April 12, 2024
- Advertisement -spot_img


Monthly Archives: June, 2022

National Day of Russia Celebration 2022

On the occasion of the National Day of Russia, the Ambassador of the Russian Federation H.E. Mr Alexander Shulgin and Mrs Natalia Shulgina, organized...

El Sisi, host eighth IPU Global Conference of Young Parliamentarians

Under Auspices of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, Eighth IPU Global Conference of Young Parliamentarians to Kick off Wednesday in Sharm El Sheikh in Cooperation between Egyptian House of Representatives and Inter-Parliamentary Union.

Philippines Independence Day Celebrations 2022

By Roy Lie Atjam The Hauge, 7th June 2022. To celebrate the 124th Anniversary of the Proclamation of Philippine Independence, H.E. Ambassador  Jose Eduardo III...

President Agius Presents the Progress of the Mechanism’s Work to the UN Security Council  

President Agius emphasised the Mechanism’s substantial reduction of judicial workload in recent years, and he reported that following the delivery of the appeal judgement in the Fatuma et al

Uzbekistan lifts all coronavirus-related restrictions upon entry into the Republic

Uzbekistan lifts all coronavirus-related restrictions upon entry into the Republic

Books that made History

Dutch National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden focuses an exhibition on 25 of world-famous books and their authors.

Salaries of medical workers in Uzbekistan to increase

The Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed a decree to increase salary of medical workers.

Fraud against Italian national health system halted with Eurojust support  

The organised crime group (OCG) allegedly operated between the Italian province of Milan and Albania. With the complicity of doctors and nurses working in Italian hospitals, the OGC offered Albanian citizens a variety of expensive and unnecessary medical services that would allow them to enter Italy illegally.

Death penalty to be abolished in Malaysia

Following a debate that began in 2018, Malaysia’s cabinet agreed to reform the country’s criminal justice system. About 73 per cent of people on...

Russian parliament votes to break with European Court of Human Rights

Russia's parliament on Tuesday passed a pair of bills ending the European Court of Human Rights’ jurisdiction in the country, a rupture provoked by Russia's war in Ukraine.

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img