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The European Parliament has called on the EU to ensure that it is not using taxpayers’ money to fund the execution of alleged drug offenders overseas.
Christian Aid has welcomed the EU decision to give €1 billion to UN agencies supporting Syrian refugees, but urges the UK government to accept more who have reached Europe.
Amnesty International has expressed alarm after one of its experts was barred from attending a major arms fair being staged in London this week.
Churches and ecumenical organisations have marshalled resources to support and welcome those seeking safety in Europe from war and conflict.
Christian Aid has renewed its call for the EU to respond with fairness and vision to the refugee crisis, expressing disappointment at the outcome of ministerial talks.
Christian Aid has launched an appeal to support partner agencies in Europe working to alleviate suffering in the present refugee crisis.
Christian Aid has welcomed David Cameron’s pledge that the UK will increase the number of Syrian refugees it allows in, but said the numbers must be ambitious.
A group of legislators from the US, UK and Europe have demanded the release of a British activist who has been held in a secret Ethiopian prison for over a year.
Policy makers, legal experts and rail trade unions have met in Brussels to discuss how Europe’s decision makers can learn from British and Swedish experiences on the railways.
Companies based in the EU are still marketing and trading in a range of security equipment which can be used to torture and ill-treat people, says a new report.