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STATEMENT BY AGBU ON THE DEMONSTRATIONS IN ARMENIA

STATEMENT BY AGBU ON THE DEMONSTRATIONS IN ARMENIA
Brussels, 23/04/18 – AGBU, like all Armenians around the globe, has been following the ongoing developments and demonstrations across Armenia. The Diaspora is watching these events with deep concern. We support citizens’ right to free speech and peaceful assembly; these values are core to democracy and to the building of democratic nations. While it is troubling to see the level of discontent, we are encouraged by the degree of engagement, especially among our nation’s younger citizens.

Afrikas Superreiche mehr als fünf Milliarden vermögender als im Vorjahr

Das Wirtschaftsmagazin Forbes hat wieder das Ranking afrikanischer Milliardäre herausgebracht. Nach einem merklichen Einbruch 2016, erholten sich die Kontostände der superreichen Afrikaner dank steigender Aktienkurse und Rohstoffpreise 2017 wieder. Die 23 Milliardäre vereinen ein Gesamtvermögen von 75,4 Milliarden US-Dollar (USD) und … Weiterlesen →

Zimbabwe : Robert Mugabe invité à s’expliquer sur la disparition de 15 milliards de dollars de diamants

Le Parlement zimbabwéen a invité l’ancien président du Zimbabwe à s’expliquer sur la disparition de 15 milliards de dollars de revenus diamantifères. Une invite rendue publique ce vendredi 20 avril. Certains de ses anciens ministres et proches ont dû, ces derniers mois, répondre de ces soupçons de détournements de fonds.

World Book and Copyright Day: Enforce moral rights to fight misinformation

World Book and Copyright Day: Enforce moral rights to fight misinformation
Everyone needs reliable information and ways to fight misinformation – and that requires sound protection of authors’ moral rights, say the International and the European Federation of Journalists (IFJ and EFJ) ahead of World Book and Copyright Day, 23 April.

African officials commit to unleash skills revolution for youth

20 April 2018African high-level officials and other stakeholders met in Tunisia’s capital Tunis, to discuss ways of upscaling skills development and decent job opportunities for the youth on the continent.

The Digital Skills Forum for African Youth, from April 18 to 19, opened on a high note.