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Le festival d’Almagro sur la route de Don Quichotte

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"Œuvres sur Papier" Dali, Miro, Arman, César...

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High-level meeting in Ashgabat "Towards a Comprehensive Implementation of the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in Central Asia


Are Refugees human beings…?

In the aftermath of World War I, Sir Eric Drummond, the first Secretary-General of the League of Nations, appointed Fridtjof Nansen to supervise the repatriation of prisoners of war. In eighteen months Nansen repatriated 427,866 prisoners of nearly 30 different nationalities. There was another emerging problem. The dramatic political upheavals in 1917–1920 in Russia, had produced enormous numbers of refugees.