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European parliament to discuss report on death of refugees in mediterranean

[ PIC 19/11/2013 – 12:11 PM ] GENEVA, (PIC)– The Euro-mid observer for human rights and the council for European Palestinian relations (CEPR) issued recently a new report on the Palestinian and Syrian refugees fleeing the Syrian war titled, “Death boats: The journey of refugees from Syria to Europe in search of their dignity.” They […]

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CEPR calls for prohibiting entry of settlers into Europe

[ PIC 20/04/2013 – 04:08 PM ] BRUSSELS, (PIC)– The Council for European-Palestinian Relations (CEPR) hailed on Saturday the European Union’s “advanced” attitudes regarding the Palestinian issue. It said that the latest such attitude was the EU foreign ministers’ support of the decision to label the products imported from the Israeli settlements on Palestinian land […]

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Calls to obligate European sanctions on occupation

“Settling” constitutes a warcime according to international law and ICC statute. Even under US’ own military legislations’ Law resources below this article [ PIC 28/02/2013 – 04:59 PM ] BRUSSELS, (PIC)– The Council for European Palestinian Relations (CEPR) called on the EU to impose obligatory economic sanctions on the occupation, in response to the recommendations […]

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Press Release | 100-Person International Delegation Going to Gaza – Nov 21-25, 2011

Gaza Under Attack – in pictures | Attacks on Gaza – Timeline Press Information Below the article   PRESS RELEASE from the Council for European Palestinian Relations (CEPR)   Brussels/London — November 18, 2011 The Council for European Palestinian Relations (CEPR) prepares to leave for Gaza on November 21 with its largest international delegation yet. […]

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European parliamentarians land in Gaza Strip for visit

[ 24/07/2011 – 03:42 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– A high-profile delegation of European parliamentarians has landed in the Gaza Strip on Sunday on a visit set to last several days. The MEPs, headed by the president of Britain’s Labor party Tony Lloyd, wish to learn the effects the ongoing siege has had on the region, […]

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