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Today is the Anniversary of the First World Congress against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Posted on 27/08/2013 Seventeen years ago, in partnership with UNICEF and the NGO Group for the Rights of the Child (now known as Child Rights Connect), ECPAT co-organised the First World Congress against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Stockholm, Sweden.
October 1: Today is the anniversary of the installation of the Congress of Vienna in 1814. Map of Europe, after the Congress of Vienna, 1815 : The national boundaries within Europe are set by the Congress of Vienna, 1815.
Today is the fifth anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. President Obama created this program to provide some stability and protection for approximately 800,000 young people who immigrated to America with their parents.
Today, I, an immigrant and 1st South American-born member of Congress, went to work with my colleagues—including 131 women, 116 people of color, and 10 openly LGBTQ members. 100 years ago, this ...
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, and party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi paid tribute to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his 28th death anniversary this morning ...
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July 23: Today is the anniversary of the signature of The Congress of Berlin treaty that affected the political map of Europe in 1878. Otto von Bismarck, German Chancellor shakes hands with Russian representative Pyotro Andreyevich Shuvalov while Astro-Hungarian rep Gyula Andrássy observes from behind, by Anton von Werne .
Today’s Library of Congress The oldest federal cultural institution in the United States, today's Library of Congress is an unequaled world resource with more than 164 million items on approximately 838 miles of bookshelves, and houses the largest rare book collection in North America, and the world's largest collection of legal materials, films, maps, sheet music and sound recordings.
The following day, in an address to a joint session of Congress, President Franklin Roosevelt called December 7, 1941 “a date which will live in infamy.” Congress then declared War on Japan, abandoning the nation’s isolationism policy and ushering the United States into World War II.