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Bedrija Kubura, which is scheduled to take place in Kakanj on 14 March 2004, Sunday, and that the Motion stipulates that if it is to be granted the Accused would leave The Hague on 13 March 2004 and would return to The Hague not later than 15 March 2004; CONSIDERING that the Motion is to be granted on compassionate grounds, subject to certain conditions and guarantees; CONSIDERING that the Accused waives his right to be tried in his presence for the time while he would be provisionally released, and gives his consent to be represented by his Counsel in such proceedings; CONSIDERING the guarantees provided by the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina (hereinafter "BiH") on 12 March 2004 that it will secure that the Accused will return to the United Nations Detention Unit on 15 March 2004, and that an official of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will be accompanying the Accused at all time until his return to The Hague; CONSIDERING that the Office of the Prosecutor ("Prosecution") has been consulted, and agrees that the Motion be granted on the conditions hereunder; HAVING CONSULTED Judge Jean-Claude Antonetti, the Judge presiding over the trial of the Accused, who is in agreement with what follows in this Order; CONSIDERING the restrictions, as applicable, in the "Decision Granting Provisional Release to Amir Kubura" of 19 December 2001; PURSUANT to Rule 65 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Tribunal ("Rules") HEREBY GRANT the Motion AND ORDER the provisional release of Amir Kubura on the following terms and conditions: The Accused shall be transported to Schiphol airport in the Netherlands by the Dutch authorities; At Schiphol airport, the Accused shall be provisionally released into the custody of the designated official of the BiH Government, Mr. Amir Ahmic, liaison officer for the International Tribunal, who shall accompany the Accused for the remainder of his travel to BiH and during the course of his stay in BiH; On his return flight, the Accused shall be accompanied by the designated official of the BiH Government, who shall deliver the Accused into the custody of the Dutch authorities at Schiphol airport at a pre-determined date and time and the Dutch authorities shall then transport the Accused back to the United Nations Detention Unit; Transport expenses of the Accused from Schiphol Airport to BiH and back shall be borne by the BiH Government; The BiH Government shall assume responsibility for the personal security and safety of the Accused while on provisional release; The Accused shall comply strictly with any order of the Trial Chamber varying the terms of, or terminating, the provisional release of the Accused; The Accused shall comply with such other restrictions as are applicable in the "Decision Granting Provisional Release to Amir Kubura" of 19 December 2001; INSTRUCT the Registrar of the Tribunal to consult with the Ministry of Justice of the Netherlands and the authorities of BiH as to the practical arrangements for the release of the Accused, REQUEST the authorities of all States through which the Accused will travel: to hold the Accused in custody for any time he will spends in transit at the airport; to detain and arrest the Accused pending his return to the United Nations Detention Unit, should he attempt to escape.  
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Score: 583883.35 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/h...ovic_kubura/tdec/en/040312.htm
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Please indicate if accompanied by your family Yes # 11. Dates of total stay in the venue Country 12. (...) Please indicate if accompanied by your family Yes # 11. Dates of total stay in the venue Country 12. (...) Please indicate if accompanied by your family Yes # 11. Dates of total stay in the venue Country 12.
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Score: 583883.35 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...tes-InvitationNTG7RD5ATTc.docx
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Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Meetings & Events / Assembly 39th Session / ICAO Welcome Committee Assembly 39th Session Agenda and Schedule Videos of Proceedings Daily Bulletin List of Delegates ICAO Workshops Presentations Documentation Resolutions Assembly Working Papers Assembly Report and Minutes Plenary - Action Sheets Statements Reference Documents Guidelines for Preparation of Working Papers and Deadlines for Submission Election of the Council Electronic Voting Procedure Candidate Member States Election Results Part I Election Results Part II Election Results Part III Information for Delegates Electronic Mailboxes for Delegations Credentials Registration Seating Arrangements Hotels Canadian Visa and Entry Information Security Arrangements Services Available Internet Access Social Functions ICAO Welcome Committee Currently selected E-Handbook Contact Information Side Events Media Accreditation All Assembly Sessions The Edward Warner Award ICAO-NET ICAO Welcome Committee   Resume Page Content ICAO WELCOME COMMITTEE FOR ACCOMPANYING PERSONS   2016 PROGRAMME OF ACTIVITIES The ICAO Secretariat, wishes to extend a warm welcome to those accompanying participants in the 39 th Session of the ICAO Assembly to be held from 27 September to 7 October 2016.   (...) For resident participants, registrations will be taken from a separate list on a "first come first-served" basis, except in such cases when a Visiting participant wishes to be accompanied by a Resident participant of her own Delegation, then the latter will be registered on the Priority list.  
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Score: 583883.35 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...es-icao-welcome-committee.aspx
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The brief shall not exceed 15 pages. The brief that accompanies an appeal against an interlocutory order of the Dispute Tribunal shall not exceed five pages; (b) A copy of each document referred to by the appellant in the appeal, accompanied by a translation into one of the official languages of the United Nations if the original language is not one of the official languages; such documents shall be identified by the word “Annex” at the top of the first page of each document followed by sequential arabic numerals. 3. (...) The answer form shall be accompanied by: (a) A br ief , which shal l not exceed 15 pages, set t ing out legal arguments in support of the answer. (...) The brief that accompanies the application for execution shall not exceed two pages.
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Score: 582724.27 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...T%20Rules%20of%20Procedure.pdf
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It was by opening one of these drawers that we made an amazing discovery: an unpublished album of thirty-eight contact sheets and accompanying texts by David “Chim” Seymour, one of the greatest photographers of the twentieth century.   (...) For his reportage, Seymour not only took hundreds of photos, but also wrote very detailed notes to accompany them. He provided distinct storylines or themes for groups of photographs, and even made suggestions of possible editorial selections. (...) (In this article, we have reproduced another photo from this series [p. 26], digitized for They Did Not Stop at Eboli. ) However, the caption accompanying this photo restricted its role. It was used to illustrate the fact that the workers had to be taught at evening classes, after a hard day in the fields.
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Score: 582597.8 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...npublished-album-david-seymour
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AGENT The following Agent has been appointed by the applicant(s) in the power of Attorney accompanying this Form Name: Address: Tel. No.: Telegraphic Address: Telex No.: Fax No.: III. (...) Date of first commercial exploitation: The layout-design has not yet been commercially exploited, anywhere in the world VII. FEES accompany this Form VIII. SUPPLEMENTAL BOX* IX. SIGNATURE(S) ............................................... (...) (title) created by: Name: Address: A drawing of the layout-design accompanies this Certificate. Date: ........................................................ ..............................................................
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Score: 582282.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/ton_e/WTACCTON12A1_LEG_5.pdf
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Summary of debate: Mrs Kelly Richdale highlighted the new trend of digitizing real identity infor- mation and the problems that accompany this development including privacy and the risks of processing personal data. (...) In many cases the technology is out in front of the legislation that needs to accompany the digitizing or real identity material.
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Score: 582250.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...iles/pdfs/WT09%20eBook_129.pdf
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BR.1384 : Parameters for international exchange of multi-channel sound recordings with or without accompanying picture   Français   Español     Home : ITU-R : Publications : Recommendations : BR Series : BR.1384 : BR.1384-2 (03/2011) Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     BR.1384 : Parameters for international exchange of multi-channel sound recordings with or without accompanying picture Recommendation BR.1384-2 (03/2011) Approved in 2011-03-08 Status : Withdrawn   Table of Contents Access : Free Download Available languages and formats :   Click on the selected format and language to get the document     Format Size Posted Article Number English Word 2007 1342080 bytes 2011-03-24 E 70000  PDF (acrobat) 787318 bytes 2011-03-24   Arabic Word 2007 1311777 bytes 2011-06-15 A 70000  PDF (acrobat) 1730322 bytes 2011-06-15   Chinese Word 2007 1511026 bytes 2011-06-23 C 70000  PDF (acrobat) 417208 bytes 2011-06-23   Español Word 2007 1299047 bytes 2011-07-01 S 70000  PDF (acrobat) 235230 bytes 2011-07-01   Français Word 2007 1295394 bytes 2011-06-23 F 70000  PDF (acrobat) 232673 bytes 2011-06-23   Russian Word 2007 1543224 bytes 2011-05-31 R 70000  PDF (acrobat) 1035865 bytes 2011-05-31     Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-R Web coordinator Updated : 2016-05-04  
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Score: 582250.3 - https://www.itu.int/rec/R-REC-BR.1384-2-201103-W
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Part 7; 1.3.1 g) of the Technical Instructions states that as part of the acceptance check the operator must verify “the outer packaging of a package is of the type stated on the accompanying dangerous goods transport document and is permitted by the applicable packing instruction.” (...) ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to amend Part 7;1.3.1 g) as follows: g) the outer packaging of a combination package or the single packaging is permitted by the applicable packing instruction, and when visible is of the type stated on the accompanying dangerous goods transport document and is permitted by the applicable packing instruction;” — END — International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/11-WP/49 9/3/11
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Score: 582250.3 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...011/DGPWG.2011.WP.049.2.en.pdf
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Untitled Observations by the Federated States of Micronesia in connection with the official deposit ofits lists of geographical points of coordinates, accompanied byillustrative maps, for maritime baselines and maritime zones in accordance with the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea The Federated States of Micronesia, as a State Party to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ("UNCLOS"), assumeslegal obligations and exercises all sovereign and jurisdictional entitlements as legal consequences of being such a State Party. As a State Party to UNCLOS,the Federated States of Micronesia is presently depositing with the Secretary-General of the United Nationslists of geographical points of coordinates, accompanied byillustrative maps, for all maritime baselines as well as for the territorial sea, contiguous zone, and exclusive economic zone of the Federated States of Micronesia, as defined under UNCLOS.
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Score: 582250.3 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/L...redeposit/FSM_Observations.pdf
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