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novembre 2016 - page 36

Ceasefire violations: an army jawan and a woman were killed in Rajouri

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An army jawan and a woman were killed on Monday afternoon as Pakistani troops resorted to heavy mortar shelling along Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri and Mendhar sectors, Jammu-Kashmir. The jawan died in Rajouri sector where Pakistani troops targeted Manjakote and Ghambir areas. “Ceasefire violations in Rajouri sector are being retaliated with massive fire assault. One army soldier was martyred,” a spokesman of the Army’s Northern Command said.

Russian Foreign minister Lavrov pushes to ensure compliance with the Minsk Accords

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Sergey Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minitser, during a press conference following talks with his Cypriot counterpart Ionannis Kasoulidis in Moscow, affirmed that the Council of Europe must ensure strict compliance with the Minsk Accords’ originally approved version. Lavrov said that Russia believes it is important to prevent Council of Europe from sliding towards double standards and he described the Council of Europe as an important humanitarian pillar of European architecture. On the 23rd of November, Cyprus will take over the Council of Europe presidency, according to Ioannis Kasoulidis, the Council of Europe is ready to cooperate with Russia which is very important for this agency.

Terrorist attacks averted during the Maghreb prayer on Oct. 11

Terrorist organizations and Daesh followers had planned to target Saudi and UAE football fans at the King Abdullah Sports City stadium on Oct. 11. As the muezzin was calling Muslims for the Maghreb prayer that day, 60,000 fans prepared to break their fast in Al-Jawhara Stadium parking lot, before the start of the match, in an atmosphere of spirituality, never thinking for a moment that their lives were in danger. Fortunately, security personnel nearby were watching closely and managed to protect the unsuspecting innocent fans from the acts of terrorists.

Rodrigo Maia, President of Brazil's Chamber of Deputies, visits Baku to improve trade

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President of Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies Rodrigo Maia is leading a delegation on an ongoing visit to Azerbaijan. The Brazilian delegation visited the graves of late Azerbaijani President Heydar Aliyev and his spouse Zarifa Aliyeva in the Alley of Honor. The guests also visited the Alley of Martyrs to pay tribute to Azerbaijani heroes. Mr Rodrigo Maia said his visit is aimed at achieving further improvement in Brazil-Azerbaijan bilateral trade and business relations.

Law on Trepca is constitutional, said the Constitutional Court in Kosovo

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The Constitutional Court in Kosovo has refused the motion filed by the Serb List to evaluate the constitutionality of the law on Trepca, voted a week ago by the parliament of Kosovo. The court’s ruling says that the law on Trepca is constitutional in terms of its content and the procedures followed in voting it in parliament.

IOM: 5,238 dead and missing migrants in 2016

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“The number of migrant deaths and disappearances recorded by IOM in 2016 has reached 5,238.  This means that 951 or 20 percent more people have lost their lives while migrating compared with the same period in 2015. “ Internation Organization for Migration described in the last report about migrants.

This number is mainly composed of deaths or missing migrants who have tried to cross Mediterranean Sea “where an estimated 3,930 people have died or gone missing in 2016, while trying to reach Europe. Meanwhile, some 332,046 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea in 2016, arriving mostly in Greece and Italy. Some 169,524 people have arrived in Greece and 157,049 in Italy. “

However, it’s an international issue, which also concerns Latin America: “This latest grim total means that nearly 13 people per day have died in 2016. The bodies of over 60 percent of those who died have not been recovered – IOM’s report added -. Elsewhere, there have been increases in migrant deaths in Latin America, where at least 500 people have died while migrating. At least 87 Hondurans (including 10 minors) were killed while migrating through Mexico between 1 January and 23 October, 2016. The causes of death included dehydration, train and car accidents, suffocation, homicide and natural causes. Significantly, the number of deaths recorded in Central America has increased by 92 percent from the same period in 2015. “



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