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Commission proposes to gradually resume development aid to the Republic of Niger

26/07/2010

IP/10/1004 Brussels, 26 July 2010 Today the European Commission has proposed to the Council to close consultations under article 96 of the Cotonou Agreement – the political framework for EU relations with countries in Africa, the Caribbean and Pacific ...

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Commissioner Piebalgs pushes for tangible results on maternal and child health at the African Union Summit

23/07/2010

IP/10/1003 Brussels, 23 July 2010 From 24th to 26th July, European Commissioner for Development, Andris Piebalgs, will address the 15th African Union (AU) Summit in Kampala, Uganda. Maternal, infant and child health will be the core theme of the meeting ...

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Commissioner Piebalgs in London to promote EU action against illegal timber export from developing countries

14/07/2010

IP/10/939 Brussels, 14 July 2010 Tomorrow, 15 July, Commissioner Piebalgs will be in London to deliver a speech at the launch of a report prepared by an international think tank on "Illegal Logging and Related Trade"....

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Frequently asked questions on illegal logging and the FLEGT voluntary Partnership Agreement

14/07/2010

MEMO/10/331 Brussels, 14 July 2010 What is the Commission doing to combat illegal timber products to appear on the EU market? The Commission is actively working with developing countries that produce timber for the EU market to ensure that they have the ...

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EU allocates €150 million to war-affected populations in Sudan

12/07/2010

IP/10/919 Brussels, 12 July 2010 The Commission welcomes the decision taken by the Council today to allocate an amount of €150 million to war-affected populations in Sudan. This decision will allow the EU to assist the Sudanese most in need despite the ...

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Music against poverty contest: young Europeans speak out on fighting worldwide poverty!

02/07/2010

IP/10/879 Brussels, 2 July 2010 Music against poverty contest: young Europeans speak out on fighting worldwide poverty! Today, the European Commission launches the European Music Contest calling young Europeans, between 15 and 25, to submit a song expressing ...

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The EU – Zimbabwe political dialogue: moving towards enhanced cooperation

02/07/2010

IP/10/882 Brussels, 2 July 2010 The EU – Zimbabwe political dialogue: moving towards enhanced cooperation Today, the High Representative /Vice President Catherine Ashton and Commissioner for Development Andris Piebalgs met with a Ministerial Delegation ...

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Drawing against poverty: meet the 14 winners of the 2010 Drawing competition on Gender equality

01/07/2010

IP/10/874 Brussels, 1 July 2010 Drawing against poverty: meet the 14 winners of the 2010 Drawing competition on Gender equality 14 young children coming from the four corners of the world have won the international drawing competition on Gender Equality, ...

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