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Blaskic case: the defence requests issuance of a subpoena to the "Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina" compelling the production of documents "believed exculpatory". Press Release · Communiqué de presse (Exclusively for the use of the media. Not an official document) CC/PIO/162-E The Hague, 28 February 1997 BLASKIC CASE: THE DEFENCE REQUESTS ISSUANCE OF A SUBPOENA TO THE "REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA" COMPELLING THE PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS "BELIEVED EXCULPATORY" In a motion filed on 28 February 1997, the Counsel for Defendant BLASKIC requested that the Tribunal issues a subpoena duces tecum compelling the production " by the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) of certain documents believed exculpatory (...) that are not otherwise available to the Defence ". According to the latter, " [t]hese documents are believed to be material, relevant and exculpatory to the accused, and therefore crucial for the Defense's adequate preparation for trial ".
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Score: 618739.8 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...nia-and-herzegovina-compelling
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Blaskic case: the defence requests issuance of a subpoena to the "Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina" compelling the production of documents "believed exculpatory". Press Release · Communiqué de presse (Exclusively for the use of the media. Not an official document) CC/PIO/162-E The Hague, 28 February 1997 BLASKIC CASE: THE DEFENCE REQUESTS ISSUANCE OF A SUBPOENA TO THE "REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA" COMPELLING THE PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS "BELIEVED EXCULPATORY" In a motion filed on 28 February 1997, the Counsel for Defendant BLASKIC requested that the Tribunal issues a subpoena duces tecum compelling the production " by the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) of certain documents believed exculpatory (...) that are not otherwise available to the Defence ". According to the latter, " [t]hese documents are believed to be material, relevant and exculpatory to the accused, and therefore crucial for the Defense's adequate preparation for trial ".
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Score: 618739.8 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/1803
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In addition, we believe that advancing health and nutrition requires a multi-stakeholder approach that reflects the complexities of the issues.  For this reason, we believe that ICN2 should include participation from civil society as well as the private sector. (...) We believe that developing the economy, including promoting women’s role in the economy, is important.
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Score: 618739.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/5671
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In addition, we believe that advancing health and nutrition requires a multi-stakeholder approach that reflects the complexities of the issues.  For this reason, we believe that ICN2 should include participation from civil society as well as the private sector. (...) We believe that developing the economy, including promoting women’s role in the economy, is important.
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Score: 618739.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/5671
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Therefore, the United States believes that any attempts to terminate or modify such an important document should be carefully and diligently considered. (...) The United States believes that the Working Group should reaffirm this narrow scope and let this guide suggestions for modifications, changes, or additions to the ITRs. (...) In reviewing the Report of the second meeting of the Council Working Group on ITRs, the United States believes there is potential for confusion and misunderstanding given the presentation of Annex 4 (Summary of discussions of review of current ITRs), Annex 5 (Statements), and Annex 6 (Summary of discussions of new issues).
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Score: 618550.63 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/secu...ed/itr/documents/itr-id017.doc
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In evaluating WTO agreements so far, we ask the following questions: Are they just and fair – especially to the vulnerable and impoverished? For these, we believe, God has expressed a preferential option. (...) The ecumenical community believes that international trade agreements should first and foremost respect, value and uphold the sacred nature of all life. (...) On the Agreement on Agriculture, we believe that food sovereignty and adequate nutrition for all, especially children, should be the primary aim.
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Score: 618550.63 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...o_e/ecumenical_stat_cancun.doc
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He remembers that for a long time he refused to believe his wife’s impression that Luka had not been developing normally for his age. (...) Milorad, Luka's father UNICEF Montenegro / Duško Miljanić / 2018 Milorad, a father of five-year-old Luka talking how he believes in his son'e development, in Podgorica, in December 2018 Even though he knows that the real challenge of enrolling in elementary school is getting near, Milorad strongly believes in his son Luka. (...) Milorad, Luka's father However, it is not easy to maintain optimism, according to Milorad. He therefore believes that the parents of children with disabilities need stronger support.
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Score: 618550.63 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...rad-believes-his-sons-progress
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Sofija, a young reporter She is trying to inspire those around her with her example in order to make volunteerism a part of our everyday life. She believes that volunteering should be a distinctive characteristic of young people and assesses that this is currently not exactly the case in her environment. (...) Instead of lethargic and sleepy young people, I believe we need creative, responsible and ready young people who really want to make a change. And I believe that volunteerism, if nothing else, is the right beginning for that.
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Score: 617330.1 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...sofija-promotes-media-literacy
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It is true that through history, migration has always been present and I do believe it has contributed to global wealth, development and prosperity. (...) I do believe that, working together in a spirit of cooperation, we can contribute to a better world. (...) And so, this is a very important day and I believe that the world and the migrants, the countries and the people involved, will strongly benefit from the enhanced international cooperation this Compact allows.  
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Score: 617330.1 - https://www.un.org/sg/en/conte...emarks-marrakech-louise-arbour
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And this trust can only be gained through the rule of law underpinned with human rights. My delegation believes that this lesson holds valid vis-à-vis counter-terrorism measures. (...) Chair, My delegation believes that there are a few issues that deserve more attention for the future in terms of the rule of law. (...) With this in mind, my delegation believes that this duty is also relevant and applicable to any dispute with regard to any new and emerging forms of inter- State disputes such as cybersecurity.
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Score: 617330.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...ents/rule_of_law/06mtg_rok.pdf
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