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“This is a positive development for some of the most vulnerable refugees, who have been waiting anxiously for many months to depart. Our teams are already working to ensure humanitarian flights can restart as soon as possible,” said Cochetel “But we also need to be realistic: resettlement or evacuation flights will only benefit a limited number of people.”
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Score: 806470.9 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/pre...seekers-refugees-welcomes.html
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We are concerned that the Prosecution has failed to act expeditiously to respond to a request made six months ago; the loss of this opportunity to gather important evidence would be detrimental to the functioning of the Defence and to the interests of the Court. We have now been anxiously awaiting your facilitation of the meetings for this important mission for over a week. (...) We are concerned that the Prosecution has failed to act expeditiously to respond to a request made six months ago; the loss of this opportunity to gather important evidence would be detrimental to the functioning of the Defence and to the interests of the Court. We have now been anxiously awaiting your facilitation of the meetings for this important mission for over a week.
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Score: 651924.7 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2022_04457.PDF
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ICC-01/12-01/18-1558-Anx6-Red 06-06-2022 5/10 EK T 5 We have now been anxiously awaiting your facilitation of the meetings for this important mission for over a week. (...) We are concerned that the Prosecution has failed to act expeditiously to respond to a request made six months ago; the loss of this opportunity to gather important evidence would be detrimental to the functioning of the Defence and to the interests of the Court. We have now been anxiously awaiting your facilitation of the meetings for this important mission for over a week.
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Score: 680718.26 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2022_04452.PDF
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Score: 730067.77 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/news/...ians-seek-word-loved-ones.html
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters UNHCR Multi-Country Representation in Canberra Evaluation Service Emergencies Ukraine emergency Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation COVID-19 pandemic Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do The Global Compact on Refugees Tackling sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features Announcements Our Partners Governments Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Human lives, Human rights Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories News As refugee numbers surge, Ethiopians seek word of loved ones Over 40,000 Ethiopians have fled the Tigray crisis into eastern Sudan, with no sign of a let-up in new arrivals. Many anxiously hope to be reunited with their families.
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Score: 766369.73 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ne...ians-seek-word-loved-ones.html
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Media centre Refworld Data Supply Chain Careers Share this page: About Us Figures at a Glance The High Commissioner Who We Help Where We Work History of UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award The 1951 Refugee Convention Governance and Oversight Prominent Supporters Resources for asylum-seekers in the United States Evaluation Service Attorney Resources Emergencies Afghanistan emergency Ethiopia Tigray emergency Burundi situation Coronavirus outbreak Central African Republic situation DR Congo emergency Displacement in Central America Nigeria emergency Rohingya emergency Sahel emergency South Sudan emergency Syria emergency Venezuela situation Yemen emergency What We Do The Global Compact on Refugees Our fight against sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment Advocacy Asylum and Migration Cash-Based Interventions Coordinating Assistance Education Ending Statelessness Environment, Disasters and Climate Change Innovation Livelihoods and Economic Inclusion Protection Public Health Safeguarding Individuals Shelter Solutions News and Stories Media Centre News Releases Newsletter: The Refugee Brief Stories Special Features This Land is Your Land Our Partners Government partners Non-Governmental Organizations Private sector Sport partners UN and International Institutions Additional partnerships Get Involved World Refugee Day Aiming Higher Youth with Refugees Art Contest Sign up and stay informed Model UN Refugee Challenge Global UNHCR search Search UNHCR Close search   Home News and Stories News As refugee numbers surge, Ethiopians seek word of loved ones Over 40,000 Ethiopians have fled the Tigray crisis into eastern Sudan, with no sign of a let-up in new arrivals. Many anxiously hope to be reunited with their families.
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Score: 766369.73 - https://www.unhcr.org/news/lat...ians-seek-word-loved-ones.html
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Here are some of the common signs and symptoms of depression: Physical: Tiredness or low energy, even when rested Restlessness or difficulty concentrating Difficulty in carrying out daily activities Changes in appetite or sleep patterns Aches or pains that have no obvious cause Emotional and mental: Persistent sadness, anxiousness or irritability Loss of interest in friends and activities that they normally enjoy Withdrawal from others and loneliness Feelings of worthlessness, hopelessness or guilt Taking risks they wouldn’t normally take   Self-harming or suicidal thoughts Experiencing one or more of these symptoms doesn’t mean a child is affected by depression, but there are a number of ways you can help your child cope.
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Score: 828137.4 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ntal-health/what-is-depression
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This question, similarly, concerns industry. Companies now anxiously seek to understand the environmental consequences of their business, to envision what their business might be if it were sustainable, and to seek ways to realize this vision with ecologically benign strategies, new business models, production systems, materials and processes.
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Score: 590266.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...op/forum_dec07/background1.pdf
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