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  • UK, Azerbaijan have strong ties between people, cultures - UK Minister for European Neighborhood

    The UK and Azerbaijan have strong ties between our people, cultures and in education, UK’s Minister for European Neighbourhood Morton Wendy, who is on a visit to Azerbaijan said, Trend reports citing UK's embassy in Azerbaijan.

    "I’m delighted to be seeing Azerbaijan’s rich cultural heritage first hand here at the Prince of Wales’ School for Traditional Arts," said

    She said earlier today she visited a Women’s Shelter which is doing vital work to keep women and girls safe from domestic abuse.

    "I’ve also been meeting inspiring Azerbaijani female leaders who are doing valuable work to promote gender equality. As the first UK Foreign and Development Minister to visit Azerbaijan, I will be working closely with the Azerbaijan government in this area," she said.

    Women have an important part to play in building strong and long lasting peace, she said notinf that when women are at the negotiating table, the peace agreement is more likely to be implemented and more likely to last.

    "Armed conflict always has a disproportionate effect on women and girls and that’s why it’s even more important that the government of Azerbaijan should adopt the National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security," she said adding that the UK is a global advocate for women and girls’ rights and gender equality.
    UK, Azerbaijan have strong ties between people, cultures - UK Minister for European Neighborhood The UK and Azerbaijan have strong ties between our people, cultures and in education, UK’s Minister for European Neighbourhood Morton Wendy, who is on a visit to Azerbaijan said, Trend reports citing UK's embassy in Azerbaijan. "I’m delighted to be seeing Azerbaijan’s rich cultural heritage first hand here at the Prince of Wales’ School for Traditional Arts," said She said earlier today she visited a Women’s Shelter which is doing vital work to keep women and girls safe from domestic abuse. "I’ve also been meeting inspiring Azerbaijani female leaders who are doing valuable work to promote gender equality. As the first UK Foreign and Development Minister to visit Azerbaijan, I will be working closely with the Azerbaijan government in this area," she said. Women have an important part to play in building strong and long lasting peace, she said notinf that when women are at the negotiating table, the peace agreement is more likely to be implemented and more likely to last. "Armed conflict always has a disproportionate effect on women and girls and that’s why it’s even more important that the government of Azerbaijan should adopt the National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security," she said adding that the UK is a global advocate for women and girls’ rights and gender equality.
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  • Facebook says it will take down false vaccine claims

    Facebook Inc said on Monday it will expand a list of false health claims it bans from the platform to include debunked claims about vaccines in general, such as that they are toxic or cause autism, Trend reports citing Reuters.

    The social media company said in a blog post it was increasing the types of false claims about the coronavirus, its vaccine and other vaccines that it will remove, including that COVID-19 is a man-made virus, and that vaccines are dangerous. Such claims are already prohibited in ads on the platform.

    Facebook said it would remove groups, pages and accounts that repeatedly share the debunked claims.

    The company has introduced more stringent policies to combat COVID-19 vaccine misinformation during the pandemic, but has had a more hands-off approach to misinformation about other vaccines, which has rarely been removed and only when it was considered to risk “imminent harm”.
    Facebook says it will take down false vaccine claims Facebook Inc said on Monday it will expand a list of false health claims it bans from the platform to include debunked claims about vaccines in general, such as that they are toxic or cause autism, Trend reports citing Reuters. The social media company said in a blog post it was increasing the types of false claims about the coronavirus, its vaccine and other vaccines that it will remove, including that COVID-19 is a man-made virus, and that vaccines are dangerous. Such claims are already prohibited in ads on the platform. Facebook said it would remove groups, pages and accounts that repeatedly share the debunked claims. The company has introduced more stringent policies to combat COVID-19 vaccine misinformation during the pandemic, but has had a more hands-off approach to misinformation about other vaccines, which has rarely been removed and only when it was considered to risk “imminent harm”.
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    Facebook says it will take down false vaccine claims
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